Fralin Museum of Art
at the University of Virginia
(formerly Bayly Art Museum)
University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA
(above: Fralin Museum of Art, Autumn, 2014. Photos © 2014 John Hazeltine)
Introduction: Shaping the Landscape Image, from Shaping the Landscape Image, 1865 - 1910: John Douglas Woodward; text by Roger B. Stein (12/15/09)
Drawn to Nature: John Douglas Woodward's Career in Art; essay by Sue Rainey (6/17/09)
William Christenberry: Site/Possession (12/11/07)
Honoring the Legacy of Lewis and Clark: Native American Art and the American West (2/13/03)
African/American: Graphic Work by Contemporary Women Artists (3/6/00)
Expanded Visions: Ceramic Art in the 1970s-80s (3/6/00)
Dragonfly, Bear, and Eagle: The Ralph E. Olson Collection of Native American Art (3/6/00)
Forever in Search: Urban Street Photography in the Twentieth Century (6/3/99)
Still Time: Photographs by Sally Mann (2/23/99)
Informal Dialogues at the Bayly (10/98)
The Fralin Museum of Art is located one block north of the Rotunda on the Grounds of the University of Virginia. The Museum is handicapped accessible. Limited parking is available behind the Museum. Additional parking is available in other University visitor lots (Emmet Street) and in commercial lots (Elliewood Avenue) nearby. Call Museum for hours and admission fees.
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