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Columbus Museum of Art houses large collection of late 19th and early 20th century American and European modern art. The museum s collection includes major works by Monet, Matisse, Picasso, Renoir, Hopper and O'Keeffe, representing impressionism, German expressionism, and cubism. It also offers a full range of regional collections and public collections of woodcarvings by Columbus folk artist Elijah Pierce. The museum offers a range of paintings and lithographs by George Bellows. The museum also hosts a continuous program of national and international traveling exhibitions that include Greater Columbus Arts Council's award for artistic excellence and Visions of the American Heartland. Columbus Museum of Art is located in Columbus, Ohio.

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Note: I received a private guided tour when the museum was closed as part of my work with Experience Columbus. However, I had previously visited Columbus Museum of Art on four separate occasions.

I love art museums. I used to live in France, where I fell in love with art.

This art museum includes both a fabulous permanent collection (MONET!!!) and engaging temporary exhibitions.

On my most recent visit, I was most captivated by Aminah’s Presidential Suite, a new exhibition featuring some of the work by late Columbus artist Aminah Robinson. She created this particular body of work in celebration of the first African-American president.

Whenever I visit the Columbus Museum of Art, I get distracted by all the interactive opportunities. While some are more geared towards children, many of the hands-on activities are fun for all ages.

If you aren't really into art, stop by on Sundays when there's free admission. You will still easily enjoy an hour or two.

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