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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, VA

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Bathing Boat on the Seine at Asnieres painting reproduction, Vincent Van Gogh
Boater Pulling in His Perissoire painting reproduction, Gustave Caillebotte
Camille Monet at the Window, Argenteuil painting reproduction, Claude Monet
Bathing Boat on the Seine at Asnieres
Vincent Van Gogh
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Boater Pulling in His Perissoire
Gustave Caillebotte
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Camille Monet at the Window, Argenteuil
Claude Monet
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Irises painting reproduction, Claude Monet
Jean Drawing painting reproduction, Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Little Brother (Le jeune frere) painting reproduction, William A. Bouguereau
Irises
Claude Monet
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Jean Drawing
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
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Little Brother (Le jeune frere)
William A. Bouguereau
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Poppy Field at Giverny painting reproduction, Claude Monet
Self-Portrait painting reproduction, William Merritt Chase
The Sketchers painting reproduction, John Singer Sargent
Poppy Field at Giverny
Claude Monet
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Self-Portrait
William Merritt Chase
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The Sketchers
John Singer Sargent
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Young Woman Watering a Shrub painting reproduction, Berthe Morisot
Young Woman Watering a Shrub
Berthe Morisot
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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Paintings

The Virginia Museum of Fine arts, or VMFA is an art museum in Richmond, Virginia, in the United States. It is one of the first museums in the American South to be operated by state funds. The VMFA has its origins in a 1919 donation of 50 paintings to the Commonwealth of Virginia by Judge and prominent Virginian John Barton Payne. Payne, in collaboration with Virginia Governor John Garland Pollard and the Federal Works Projects Administration secured federal funding to augment state funding for the museum. The museum opened in 1936 on Richmond's Boulevard. The English Renaissance-style headquarters building designed by Peebles and Ferguson Architects of Norfolk barely hinted at the innovative mandate given to the fledgling institution: the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts was to serve as the state's flagship art museum and as the headquarters for an educational network that would bring the best of world art, past and present, to every corner of the commonwealth.