Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

(above: East façade, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, showing original 1936 entrance. photo by Katherine Wetzel, © 2001 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)


Richmond, VA

804 340-1400



The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, an educational institution of the Commonwealth of Virginia, is Metropolitan Richmond's most popular cultural attraction. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is located at 2800 Grove Avenue at the Boulevard, Richmond, Virginia 23221-2466. See the museum's website for hours and admission fees.


(above: East façade of the Center for Education and Outreach. Photo by Maxwell Mackenzie,  © 2001 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)

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Fine Art of Life, The. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has produced a 30-minute video on its collection, narrated by Daphne Maxwell Reid. Featured in the video, shown on WCVE, are an image by Romare Bearden that recalls his childhood in rural North Carolina, George Catlin's image of Native American culture, a silver teapot by Paul Revere, and objects by Mary Cassatt, among others.

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