Halloween via the PhxArt Collection

Enjoy artworks from the deep, dark depths of the Phoenix Art Museum’s vault

Phoenix Art Museum is celebrating Halloween with a wide selection of artworks. From Goya’s goblins to Tony Oursler’s bizarre Blob, this virtual visit features collection highlights that span the Museum’s European, contemporary, Asian, American and fashion design collections.

Enjoy a selection of artworks from the deep, dark depths of the Phoenix Art Museum’s vault.

Flat Orange Teapot in the Shape of a Pumpkin with Blue Leaves (20th century), China

Duendecitos (Little Goblins) (1797-1799) by Francisco de Goya

The Musicians (1953) by Philip C. Curtis

Kyōgen mask, Saru (late Edo period, 1789-1868), Japan

Salome with the Head of St. John the Baptist (1665-1670) by Carlo Dolci

Fool, Seer, MFA Grad (Elana) (2011) by Rebecca Campbell

Multicolored Ombre Effect Wrap-around Skirt (1975-2000) by Giorgio di Sant’Angelo

Untitled (Bridge over River, City) (20th century) by Paul Hammersmith

John with White Pumpkin (2002) by Chris Rush

Blob (2004) by Tony Oursler

Black Chantilly Lace Over White Satin Evening Dress (c. 1897)

Cat Ghost (1979) by Fritz Scholder

Triumph of Death (2007) by Artemio Rodríguez

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