Visitors Guide to the
St. Louis University Museum of Art

3663 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO
314-977-2666

Street Parking Accessible Art Exhibits Accessible Restrooms

The Saint Louis University Museum of Art provides a variety of intimate galleries and a setting befitting the University's extensive art collection. The museum offers art and artifacts relevant to the long history of Jesuit liberal arts education including works of local, national and internationally acclaimed artists. The museum displays selections from more than 2,000 pieces of family memorabilia and fine art donated to the University by the late Marion Rumsey Cartier, daughter of Pierre Cartier, founder of the internationally renowned Cartier Jewelers. The Saint Louis University Museum of Art features the 2,500 pieces in John and Ann MacLennan Collection of Asian Decorative Art, one of the largest Asian art collections in the Midwest.

The building that houses the museum is designated as a historic landmark for its distinguished architectural character, features, and rich detail. The building was originally built in 1900 as the home of the St. Louis Club, probably the most exclusive club in the city at the time, at a cost of $320,000. The building was designed in the Beaux Arts style, which was used for prominent urban structures around the turn of the twentieth century. The University purchased the building in 1992 has completely restored the 55,000-square-foot building.

The St. University Museum of Art is one of three art museums on the campus of St. Louis University. The St. University Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art, and the Cupples House are within blocks of each other and can be easily viewed in a morning or afternoon.

CURRENT EXHIBIT
  Through May 28, 2017
Infinite Painting is a solo exhibition of paintings by Leo Ray, an Israel based artist. This is the artist's first solo exhibition in the U.S. On entering the gallery, visitors are greeted by an enormous blue and black wall of densely installed paintings. The installation of the contemplative blue field was intentionally planned to mark the transition between the two sides of the gallery..
Free
For more information visit the St. Louis University Museum of Art
website
   

Visiting the St. Louis University Museum of Art
     Visiting Hours
          Wednesday - Sunday: 11 am - 4 pm
          Closed on national holidays
There is no charge to visit the St. Louis University Museum of Art.


Location: The Saint Louis University Museum of Art is is located across from the campus of St. Louis University on Lindell Blvd. It is located in the Grand Center neighborhood of St. Louis, which is centered on Grand Avenue just north of the Grand exit of I-64/US-40. Only metered street parking and paid lots are available. Visitors with handicap accessibility issues can use the drop off zone in front of the building.

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St. Louis University Museum of Art - Official site of the St. Louis University Museum of Art.
 






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