Resource Library Articles and Essays Indexed by Art Museum, Gallery or Center Name




By clicking on the name of a non-profit institution in one of the alphabetical sections above, you will locate a source of one or more articles or essays on American representational art with source material provided by the named institution. Many texts are illustrated with photos of artwork. The date after the name of the institution is the most recent date Resource Library has published an article or essay concerning the institution.

To help you plan visits to institutions exhibiting American art when traveling see Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States.


Rahr-West Art Museum (3/18/99)

Reading Public Museum (9/26/05)

Reynolda House Museum of American Art (11/4/13)

Reynolds Gallery at Westmont College (6/5/06)

Richard L. Nelson Gallery & The Fine Arts Collection (2/3/11)

Richard E. Peeler Art Center at DePauw University (9/4/03)

Richmond Art Museum (9/17/02)

Ritz Gallery at South Dakota State University (9/15/04)


Riverside Art Museum (1/13/99)

Robert Hull Fleming Museum at University of Vermont (6/25/03)

Rockford Art Museum (1/27/04)

Rockwell Museum (4/11/16)

Roswell Museum and Art Center (3/13/00)

Rutgers University - Paul Robeson Gallery (10/16/00)

Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College (9/30/13)

R. W. Norton Art Gallery (3/11/14)


Saginaw Art Museum (1/21/00)

Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site (9/3/97)

Saint Joseph College Gallery (10/31/01)

Saint Louis Art Museum (7/25/12)

Saint Mary's College Museum of Art (10/12/15)

Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (5/4/04)

San Antonio Museum of Art (4/13/10)

San Diego Art Institute (6/2/00)

San Diego Historical Society Museum (6/20/07)

San Diego Museum of Art (11/23/09)

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (10/22/07)


Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center (8/17/07)

San Jose Museum of Art (11/30/05)

Santa Barbara Historical Society Museum (9/15/03)

Santa Barbara Museum of Art (6/15/04)

Santa Monica Museum of Art (6/3/09)

Schneider Museum of Art at Southern Oregon University (10/14/99)

Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (2/13/09)

Seattle Art Museum (11/8/08)

Sebastopol Center for the Arts (6/18/09)


Shelburne Museum (8/15/07)

Sheldon Museum of Art (2/7/08)

Sid Richardson Museum (6/19/97)

Silver Eye Center for Photography (9/6/06)

Sioux City Art Center (91707)

SITE Santa Fe (7/20/00)

Smart Museum of Art - University of Chicago (12/18/99)

Smith College Museum of Art (7/22/99)

Smithsonian American Art Museum (11/15/11)

Smithsonian Institution Archives of American Art (8/27/03)


Snite Museum of Art (1/30/07)

Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration (1/30/01)

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (12/18/08)

South Carolina State House Art Collection (3/11/00)

South Carolina State Museum (12/13/07)

South Dakota Art Museum (12/21/06)

Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (4/1/16)

Southern Ohio Museum (4/11/99)

Southern Vermont Arts Center (8/5/00)

Southwest Museum (8/22/97)

Spartanburg Art Museum (11/23/07)


(above: Stark Museum of Art, April 2014. Photo by John Hazeltine © 2014)


Speed Art Museum (10/16/08)

Spencer Museum of Art / University of Kansas (12/12/08)

Spertus Museum (3/6/09)

Springfield Museums (12/16/10)

Springville Museum of Art (3/29/12)

Stamford Museum and Nature Center (3/25/01)

Stark Museum of Art (12/13/07)

Stark University Center Galleries (1/29/08)

Staten Island Museum (12/15/11)


Stephens Museum (9/17/98)

Stetson University, Duncan Gallery of Art (4/9/04)

Strong Museum (2/2/04)

St. George Art Museum (2/25/16)

St. John's Museum of Art (5/9/00)

Studio of Ben Solowey (5/28/04)

Studio Museum In Harlem (4/22/04)

Swope Art Museum (12/6/13)


See our Museums Explained to learn about the "inner workings" of art museums and the functions of staff members. In the exhibitions section find out how to get the most out of a museum visit. See definitions for a glossary of museum-related words used in articles.

To help you plan visits to institutions exhibiting American art when traveling see Sources of Articles Indexed by State within the United States.

Unless otherwise noted, all text and image materials relating to the above institutional source were provided by that source. Before reproducing or transmitting text or images please read Resource Library's user agreement.

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Resource Library is a free online publication of nonprofit Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO). Since 1997, Resource Library and its predecessor Resource Library Magazine have cumulatively published online 1,300+ articles and essays written by hundreds of identified authors, thousands of other texts not attributable to named authors, plus 24,000+ images, all providing educational and informational content related to American representational art. Texts and related images are provided almost exclusively by nonprofit art museum, gallery and art center sources.

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