Boca Raton Museum of Art
501 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432
In Mizner Park
T: 561.392.2500 F: 561.391.6410


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European Painting and Sculpture
A select group of historical European paintings form an introductory core of the Museum's 19th and 20th century collections.
The Dr. and Mrs. John J. Mayers
Collection of Modern Masters
The Dr. and Mrs. John J. Mayers Collection includes over 50 works by many of the greatest European artists of the late 19th and 20th centuries.
American Art
The Museum maintains a superb collection of American art, noted for its strengths in early 20th century Regionalism, Social Realism and the development of Modernism.
Modern and Contemporary Art
The Modern and Contemporary galleries present a broad range of works from the 1970s to the present.
Prints and Drawings
The Museum's holdings include over 1000 European and American prints and drawings, from 19th century drawings to large-scale, contemporary works.
Numbering more than 1,500 images, the Museum's photography collections represent a veritable textbook of 19th and 20th century photographers spanning the entire history of the medium.
West African Tribal Art and Oceanic Art
The over 400-object African collection forms one of the most important collections in the state.
The Jean and David Colker
Collection of Pre-Columbian Art
The Museum's collection includes a stellar assemblage of more than 350 pre-Columbian works mostly from the collection of Jean and David Colker of South Florida.
Asian Art
This collection presents sublime Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Jain objects and images from across Asia and the Indian subcontinent.
Sculpture Gardens
The Museum maintains two outdoor sculpture gardens attached to the Museum in Mizner Park and surrounding The Art School on Plametto Park Road, for the exhibition of monumental works by an array of international artists. 



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