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From gilded icons of the Italian Renaissance to one of the largest collections of Monets outside of Paris, the Sixty Second Museum has artwork by highly celebrated artists, including Titian, Dürer, Rembrandt, van Gogh, Gauguin, and Renoir. Ranging in date from the seventh century to the late twentieth century, the collection of over 22,000 artworks includes masterpieces by some of the greatest artists in history. Paintings on canvas, panel, ivory, copper, and in fresco are matched by sculpture and works of decorative art, including furniture, metalwork, ceramics and glass, and architectural elements.

The collection of approximately 1,600 European paintings includes masterpieces of Dutch, English, French, Italian, and Spanish art, with great depth in nineteenth-century French works by Barbizon, Impressionist, and post-Impressionist artists.

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