Seldom Seen
Drawn from the WCMFA’s permanent collection, Seldom Seen features works of art from European, American, and world cultures that have not been frequently exhibited in the Museum’s history. New research will reveal untold and intriguing stories about these works in relation to their cultural and historical contexts. This exhibition focuses on works produced in a wide variety of media and that range in date from antiquity to the present. Highlights include an Egyptian ushabti figure, Chinese temple bells and devotional objects, a Winslow Homer etching, Japanese woodblock prints (Ukiyo-e) and decorative arts, medieval manuscript pages, a Wladyslaw Benda mural, and a Yupik mask. ***** As we reopen the Museum doors for you, please take a moment to read the COVID-19 Visitor Conduct on our website below before visiting.