Our curators have pulled together interesting themes and selected snapshots of the Museum’s collection in these online galleries. Browse the galleries to discover the many ways to approach fine art at Reynolda House. Just like galleries at the Museum, online galleries rotate frequently; check back often to discover what’s new.
In this gallery of twentieth-century works, artists combine all three primary colors--red, blue, and yellow--to create vivid and dynamic pieces. The use of brilliant color, often in combination with abstract compositions, conveys a sense of the energy and vigor of modern life.
Images of rooms at Reynolda in the era of Katharine Smith Reynolds from the historic photographs collection.
In 1917, Reynolda was seen as the experimental farm to which students of agriculture, dairy production, and animal husbandry in this region would look for the newest and best farming methods. Learn more on the CurateReynolda blog.
Beauty blooms in these vernal works of our collection.
Browse the days of summer at Reynolda through the ages.