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This museum was much nicer than I expected. They have an extensive collection ( 4 floors) of European, Asian, American, and some very good moderns. We spent at least 2 hours and were moving quickly thru some sections so there’s plenty to see. Exhibits were...More
I was in Dallas attending the Art Deco Syposium but always on trips find a museum to visit and saw the Berthe Morisot, impressionist painter's exhibition awash in a swirl of cream white
and soft color depicting the lifestyle of Victorian women in scenes of...More
Had an unexpected change in weather which suggested indoor day versus outdoor and found ourselves searching last minute plans. Wow, so glad we did. The Dallas Museum of Art was a delight. Admission was free but would have gladly paid for my 4 hours. It...More
We are regulars in museums. We make it a point to visit the best in the cities we visit around the world, be it New Zealand or Vienna. This place has a very nice feel to it and a wide diversity of art.
The DMA has a good but uneven collection.
The pre-Colombian collection is terrific with great pieces from many cultures and eras. While my knowledge of these areas is limited, collections of Islamic, Asian, African and Pacific (Indonesia, Borneo and New Guinea) were large and seemed...More
If you are in the DFW area to visit art museums, the DM A should to be on your list. We were there specifically for the traveling Bethe Morisot exhibit which was world class. Easily accessible underground parking. If you have the time and want...More