The Cones purchased paintings, and later donated them to the Baltimore Museum of Art.
What does BMA stand for?
BMA stands for Baltimore Museum of Art (Maryland)
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Fortunately, there's a remedy for this difficulty: "Matisse: Painter as Sculptor," organized by the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Nasher Sculpture Center, on view simultaneously at the Dallas Museum and the Nasher, across the street.
Finally, at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Katy Rothkopf is preparing an exhibition on Pissarro's early years: 'Camille Pissarro: The evolution of an Impressionist' (11 February-13 May 2007), which will then tour to Milwaukee, Memphis and Tennessee.
See the Music, Hear the Dance: Rethinking African Art at the Baltimore Museum of Art by Frederick John Lamp (Prestel, March 2004, ISBN 3-791-33036-5) A celebration of the collection of African artifacts at the Baltimore Museum of Art, which back in 1936 was one of the first museums in the U.
In 1957, the Baltimore Museum of Art opened the Cone Wing, but even with expansion in more recent years, only 120 works out of their collection of 3,000 items, now worth about one billion dollars, can be displayed at any one time.