Johann Matthias Kager, German, 1575–1634
The Martyrdom of Saint Kolomann, ca. 1627

Highlighted Events Calendar

Meet the Curators and Beer Tasting Thursday, May 28, 2015 @ 4:00 pm
Summer Exhibitions Celebration Saturday, June 27, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
Gallery Talk: Henry Moore and Isamu Noguchi: Infinite Nature Friday, May 22, 2015 @ 12:30 pm

Featured Stories

Major New Sculpture Commissioned for Museum Entrance

The Museum’s front lawn has been home to a number of compelling works of art, from Pablo Picasso’s Head of a Woman to Magdalena Abakanowicz’s Big Figures to such short-term installations as Doug Aitken’s migration (empire) and, most recently, two remarkable sculptures by Alexander Calder. Now the lawn is poised to receive a new commission designed especially for the site by Doug and Mike Starn.

Art of the Ancient Americas

Spanning 5,000 years and covering a vast geography from Alaska to Chile, the Museum’s renowned collection of the art of the ancient Americas illuminates the extraordinary richness of the indigenous art of the western hemisphere. The refurbishment of the galleries housing these works continues a multiyear project of gallery renewal and reinstallation, including the renovation and opening to the public of the Works on Paper Study Room.

The Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection

Over three decades, Henry Pearlman assembled one of the finest collections of modern art remaining in private hands.  Explore the collection that has resided at the Princeton University Art Museum since 1976.