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In the Galleries

Additional works from the Johnson Collection can be found throughout the galleries.


Charm and Distinction: Sculpture from the Johnson Collection

Gallery 273, 2nd floor

Rarely seen sculptures that reveal Johnson’s eclectic tastes. Included are a Rodin nude, a Bodhisattva, and a child saint.


Faith, Chivalry, and Seduction: A Selection of Northern Renaissance Prints and Paintings

Park Family Gallery 219, 2nd floor

Biblical stories, knights, and ladies fair are among the subjects portrayed in this installation. The paintings presented in this gallery are part of the Johnson Collection.


John G. Johnson at Home

Gallery 271, 2nd floor

An examination of Johnson’s collection of Renaissance textiles and embroideries


In the Library


John G. Johnson
Art and book connoisseur John G. Johnson, c. 1907

Traveling through the Pages: The John G. Johnson Library and Papers

Museum Library Reading Room, Perelman Building

Johnson derived great pleasure and expertise from art books, journals, and auction catalogues. His personal library of nearly 4,000 volumes came to the Museum with his art collection in the 1930s and is still a valued resource for researchers. Included in this display are rare auction catalogues and other treasures from his library.

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