National Museum of Catholic Art and History
443 East 115 Street
New York, NY 10029
Telephone: 212-828-5209 Fax: 212-828-5208
From their website:
The Lost Caravaggio
By Fabio D'Aroma
Our museum is best known for a beautiful collection of old masters including “The Betrayal of Christ” by Sir Anthony Van Dyck. The contemporary galleries have new permanent exhibition called “The Morsel “(Last Supper) by Paul A. Gatto, with other artists such as Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg and “ The famous Blue Madonna”. Our Catholic history galleries tell the story of the voyage of Christopher Columbus, the success of The Declaration of Independence in an 8ft oil painting by Russian-born portrait painter Victor Korolev and his other portrait of Archbishop John Carroll. We just acquired for the permanent collection a Life -Size Nativity from the Philippines. Come see our 11 galleries of art and artifacts. Our museum welcomes traveling exhibits and works on art on loan by private collectors.
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