Riverside Art Museum

About the Museum


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Ai M. Kelley

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The Riverside Art Museum strives to integrate art into the lives of people in a way that engages, inspires, and builds community by presenting thought-provoking exhibitions and providing quality art classes that instill a lifelong love of the arts.Located in the historic Mission Inn district of downtown Riverside, the 1929 building serves as a work of art in its own right as well as a home to artists and a place for art lovers to quietly roam and experience the world of art. Showing a mix of solo, group, and permanent collection exhibitions featuring traditional and contemporary/modern art, the Riverside Art Museum regularly displays the work of some of the best artists in the world, including Robert Williams, Takashi Murakami, Shag, Kathe Kollwitz, James Gurney, Marc Chagall, Millard Sheets, Shepard Fairey, Corita Kent, and Don O’Neill.

Collection Highlights


Tattooed Tobacco No. 4

Naida Osline

Tattooed Tobacco No. 4
Untitled (Abstract shapes in shades of blue, black, white, and red)

Karl Benjamin

Untitled (Abstract shapes in shades of blue, black, white, and red)
Frightened Boy and His Dog

Leonard Baskin

Frightened Boy and His Dog
Riverside Art Museum: Collection Highlights
Tattooed Tobacco No. 4
Naida Osline

Naida Osline

Tattooed Tobacco No. 4, 2010.0
Inkjet Print, 42”x30”
Naida Osline
Untitled (Abstract shapes in shades of blue, black, white, and red)
Teeter Photography Co

Karl Benjamin

Untitled (Abstract shapes in shades of blue, black, white, and red), 1959-1961
Oil on Canvas, 24”x36”
Teeter Photography Co
Frightened Boy and His Dog
Teeter Photography Co

Leonard Baskin

Frightened Boy and His Dog, 1954.0
Color Woodcut, 26”x20”
Teeter Photography Co
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