HBU Fine Arts Museum

At the University Academic Center
 
The Fine Arts Museum at HBU is home to six religious-themed masterworks from the collection of Sharon and William Morris. The exhibition of a collection of this caliber, including a 16th century Russian work that was previously on display at The Menil Collection, is the latest expression of the University’s academic and emotional admiration for the role of the arts in the Christian faith’s cultural heritage, a key component of the eighth pillar of the Ten Pillars vision.
 
Icon of the Entry of Christ into Jerusalem
Russian, 16th Century
 
The Marriage at Cana
Marten Pepyn, 1575-1643
 
The Last Judgment
Frans Francken the Younger, 1581-1642
 
Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness
Anthony Van Dyck, 1599-1641
 
The Matterhorn
Albert Bierstadt, 1830-1902
 
Esquisse Pour L’Exode
Marc Chagall, 1887-1985
 
The Fine Arts Museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for free tours, under the direction of museum coordinator Laura Kreft. Saturday and evening tours may be arranged by appointment.