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An outstanding gem with a broad variety of styles represented. Nice collection of Chinese and Japanese prints and drawings. Often a very good contemporary exhibit. Strong collection of early 20th century paintings.
This small museum holds amazingly well-chosen artifacts ranging from the Bronze Age to the modern age. One gets the impression that it was intended for use as a resource for art history classes, since it has good representative items from all of the most relevant...More
We drove from the north side of Columbus to Oberlin to see this museum and it did not disappoint. The collection was amazing. There are world class works here and none of the crowds. You can study and revisit works at your leisure. 2-3 hours...More
Small museum in a Cass Gilbert building with an eclectic collection of paintings and artifacts. Beautifully curated exhibits celebrating their 100th year. Unique examples of genres and artists. A must visit (free admission) when in the area.
The Allen Memorial Art Museum on the campus of Oberlin College is absolutely incredible. The museum is quite small, but packs an impressive punch. A few highlights include; 'Young Girl Seated' by Henri Matisse, 'Green Dream' by Marc Chagall and 'Nude with a Coral Necklace'...More
I've been to Oberlin before, but never even knew there was an art museum. I agree that it is a must-see when you're in town. It was a pleasant surprise and I am really glad I stopped in today. The architecture is sensational and the...More
My daughter and I decided to visit Oberlin one day while she was on thanksgiving break and before she returned to college for EXAMS. This is a gem, growing up around here, I never knew it was here. It is something not to miss.
I took my 12 year old for a visit here and we had a great time. It's been updated since we were last here with the entire family in tow, and there's some new galleries open now focusing on women in art and Persian and...More