This museum is one of the two that are "attached." It shares a building with the American Art Museum.
The most impressive gallery is the one with the Presidents: there are various styles that represent how art has (and still is) evolved. For example, of course the earlier portraits are your typical styles, but the one of the later presidents (Clinton in particular) is very modern.
The other collections (20th Century, Bravo, Champions) celebrate famous and influential Americans from various fields, heroes and sports figures.
It is educational for art students as we Americans have a tendency to focus on the Italian and French artists when learning about art. We created a few masters, too!
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