European Art

Paintings from this collection are on view on the Museum's third floor.

Shaped by Crocker family purchases made during their European trip of 1869-71, the collection boasts strengths in 19th century Central European art, 17th century Dutch and Flemish paintings, and Italian Baroque paintings. The Museum has since built upon and expanded these core areas, most significantly through a collection of 19th century Dutch paintings.

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  • Adolf Friedrich Georg Wichmann (German, 1820 –1866)
    Madonna and Child. n.d.
  • Adriaen van de Velde (Dutch, 1636 – 1672)
    A Young Woman as Pomona. n.d.
  • Adrian Zingg (Swiss, 1734 –1816)
    A View of the Elbe River and the Bastei Rocks in the Sächsische Schweiz, Saxony. n.d.
  • Albert Venus (German, 1842–1871)
    Thunderstorm in the Roman Campagna. 1868.
  • Albrecht Dürer (German, 1471–1528)
    Female Nude with a Staff. 1498.
  • Andreas Achenbach (German, 1815–1910)
    Norwegian Coast by Moonlight. 1848.
  • Andries Dirksz Both (Dutch, circa 1612–1641)
    The Hornpipe. n.d.
  • Anton Raphael Mengs (German, 1728–1779)
    Death of Dido. n.d.
  • Armand Rassenfosse (Belgian, 1862–1934)
    La Muse Vénale. 1899.
  • Bartholomeus Breenbergh (Dutch, 1598–1657)
    Temple of the Tiburtine Sibyl at Tivoli. 1627.
  • Charles Le Brun (French, 1619–1690)
    Man Clinging to a Rock. n.d.
  • Christian Ferdinand Hartmann (German, 1774–1842)
    RECTO: Death with a Host of Demons. n.d.
  • Christian Friedrich Mali (German, 1832–1906)
    Swabian Village After a Rain. circa 1870.
  • Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich (German, 1712–1774)
    Hermes Stalking Argus. n.d.
  • Claude Gillot (French, 1673–1722)
    Scene of Sorcery. n.d.
  • Cornelis Lelienbergh (Dutch, 1626–1676)
    The Fruit and Vegetable Vendor. n.d.
  • Édouard-Antoine Marsal (French, 1845–1929)
    In the Artist's Studio. 1889.
  • Eugen Adam (German, 1817–1880)
    Dalmatian Peasants at the Spring. 1869.
  • Eugène Verboeckhoven (Belgian, 1799–1881) and Jean François Xavier Roffiaen (Belgian, 1820–1898)
    Evening Shadows, Lake of the Four Cantons (Lake Lucerne). 1862.
  • Ferdinand Fellner (German, 1799–1859)
    Hagen and the Danube Nymphs. n.d.

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