Presidential Campaigning Over the Decades: The Mark and Rosalind Shenkman Collection of American Political Flags and Textiles
Featuring more than 60 rare and important presidential campaign flags and textiles produced between 1815 and 1912, the Shenkman collection demonstrates a fascinating aspect of early American political campaigning.
This exhibition features watercolors and prints of locomotives, most produced between 1927 and 1934 from the Museum's permanent collection.
The Benton is pleased to present a changing selection of its most prized possessions that span five centuries. We begin with a sixteenth-century double portrait by the Spanish court painter Alonso Sanchez Coello, whose unidentified subjects are a well-dressed noblewoman and child.