Incorporated in 1901, the Toledo Museum of Art has a wide range of collections, including some rather fantastic items from the world of the decorative arts and American painting. Visitors who might be making a visit to that part of Ohio might wish to look over the "Museum Information" section for starters. One new feature of the Museum is their highly touted Glass Pavilion, which was designed by Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa. After viewing a selection of images of the Pavilion, users may then wish to peruse the "Collection" area. Here, they will find high-quality images of some of the Museum's works of art, coupled with fine overviews of printmaking and the architectural renderings of Hudson River School master Thomas Cole.


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