An Easter visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

After a long Easter brunch, me and my family visited the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. It is always delightful to visit the museum and every time I go (which is often!) I like to pay a visit to some of my favorite works-which includes masterpiece sculptures by Alexander Calder and Constantin Brancusi, and paintings by Willem De Kooning and Amadeo Modigliani. A majority of my favorite art at the museum is located in the contemporary art room and the Beck Galleries, which are both in the Audrey Jones Beck building. Keep scrolling to see some of my most admired and adored paintings in the MFAH collection…

A Muse, 1917 by Constantin Brancusi. Featuring Picasso in the back!

 

Back Porch, 1975 by Willem De Kooning
Detail of Back Porch
Portrait of Paul Hugot, 1878 by Gustave Caillebotte
International Mobile, 1949 by Alexander Calder
Léopold Zborowski, 1916 by Amadeo Modigliani
PH-241, 1949 by Clyfford Still

All photographs taken by me.

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