Albrecht-Kemper Museum, St. Joseph, Missouri

A permanent collection consists of 18th, 19th, and 20th century American art by such artists as Arms, Bellows, Benton, Beirstadt, Bricher, Cassatt, Chase, Heade, Hopper, Innes, Peale, Stuart, and Wyeth. 

Exhibits are changed monthly and feature a part of the permanent collection and traveling exhibits.

The museum is open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday (free day). Adults over 18 are charged $3.00; students under 18 w/ valid ID are charged $1.00 admission. Children under 12 and members are admitted free.

2818 Frederick
St. Joseph, MO 64506
(816) 233-7003  

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Albrecht-Kemper building
The Albrecht-Kemper Museum in St. Joseph, MO has an impressive collection of paintings, sculpture and traveling exhibits.
photo detail of painting
Here is a photo detail of a large painting called "I See Everything. I Am The Crow."
horse by Butterfield
This bronze sculpture of a stick horse is by Debra Butterfield.
Trova's Falling Man
This is a variation of Trova's Falling Man.
Max by "window"
Max stands beside a landscape painting within a "window" constructed of exotic inlaid woods.
library area
The museaum has an impressive art library at the basement lavel of the Albrecht ex-residence -- onto which expansive galleries and other facilities were added.
tap room
The Tap Room of the Albrecht Home is circular,  with 1930's detailing, shiny black walls and red accents.