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About Collections Online

Our museum is home to an astounding collection of more than 45,000 artworks from all around the world, but only a small fraction can be displayed in our museum at any give time. Collections Online allows us to share our full collection with anyone, anywhere in the world. Collections Online is a resource to allow visitors from around the world to see all 45,000+ records in our permanent collection. You’ll find high-quality images, complete descriptions, and details about each artwork that you can’t find anywhere else!

We hope you use this resource to enrich your own connection with art and with the Eskenazi Museum of Art! You’re free to use this resource for personal enjoyment, teaching, or research purposes. If you include links to the Collections Online in your blog or on social media, let us know so we can share it!

What can you find in Collections Online?

  • High-quality images
  • Full "tombstone" information for every artwork
  • In-depth descriptions of artworks and their significance
  • Information about whether an artwork is on view
  • Learn how to request a viewing of off-display artworks in one of our art study rooms

About the museum

Since its establishment in 1941, the Sidney and Lois Eskenazi Museum of Art has grown from a small university teaching collection into one of the most significant university art collections in the United States. A preeminent teaching museum on the Indiana University campus, its internationally acclaimed collection includes more than 45,000 objects representing nearly every art-producing culture throughout history.

The museum just undertook a $30 million renovation of its acclaimed I.M. Pei-designed building. When it reopens in the fall, the museum will be an enhanced teaching resource for Indiana University and southern Indiana. The museum is dedicated to engaging students, faculty, artists, scholars, alumni, and the wider public through the cultivation of new ideas and scholarship.

The Eskenazi Museum of Art is funded by your philanthropy.