In Honor of Mothers

Check out Phoenix Art Museum’s favorite works from its collection depicting mothers and caregivers

In honor of Mother’s Day, Phoenix Art Museum is dedicating a PhxArt Virtual Visit to all of the women out there who have made a lasting impact on our lives.

The Museum wants to celebrate the women who helped us grow, mothers and pet moms, abuelas and bubbes, sisters and aunts, teachers and mentors, and even Mother Earth.

Check out the Museum’s favorite works from the collection depicting mothers and caregivers, including Mother Earth.

 

Pedro Antonio Fresquís, Our Lady Of Guadalupe, natural pigments on wood panel, Collection Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Dennis and Janis Lyon

 

Agnes Pelton; Day; 1935; oil on canvas; Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation

Lew Davis, The Rebel (Elizabeth Ruskin), 1932. Oil on canvas. Gift of Jeanne L. Herberger, Ph.D. In loving memory of Gary Kierland Herberger

Ukiyo-e School; Woman and Children with Poetry Books and Paper; 1780-1795; ink, color, gofun and gold on paper; Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, Gift of Mrs. Naomi D. Kitchel and Mrs. Percy Douglas

 

Louisa Mcelwain; Desert Rain God; 2009; oil on canvas; 72 x 54 in.; Collection of Phoenix Art Museum, museum purchase with funds provided by an anonymous donor

 

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