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Explore 28,704 items from Gilcrease Museum's collection, totaling more than 350,000 art, anthropology, archive and library materials that span 13,500 years of North American history and art.

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The Art Collection Learn More

The Gilcrease Art Collection of paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints represents artists and subjects from across North America. From colonial portraiture in New England, to 20th-century modernism in the Southwest, to contemporary Native American artists, the collection features more than 13,000 artworks spanning 400 years, forming one of the world’s most comprehensive views of American art.

The Anthropology Collection Learn More

At Gilcrease, the anthropology collection and the work of the Department of Anthropology focus on the cultural history of North, Central, and South America, from the first prehistoric populations up to the present-day. The collections comprise more than 250,000 specimens, covering prehistoric and historic archaeology and ethnographic materials from Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo-American cultural traditions. 

The Archive Collection Learn More

Thomas Gilcrease is known as having been a collector of Americana at a time when few others were interested in materials relating to the history of the Western Hemisphere. The archive and library collection — which contains manuscripts, books, photographs, maps, imprints, and broadsides — expanded to include nearly 100,000 items.

Exhibitions, Past and Present

The Gilcrease collection provides avenues to experience a wide variety of American cultures, histories and artist expressions.

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