The Weatherspoon Art Museum, in Greensboro North Carolina, has quite the collection.

Its crowning jewel, the one people will tell you to save if the building were ever on fire, is Willem de Kooning’s Woman.

Willem de Kooning, Woman

Willem de Kooning, Woman, 1949-1950

But it also includes works from Matisse, Picasso, Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Alexander Calder, and Cindy Sherman.

Henri Matisse, Femme au collier

Henri Matisse, Femme au collier (Woman with a necklace), 1925

 

Picasso, Pablo- Still Life in Front of a Window 1919

Pablo Picasso, Still Life in Front of a Window, 1919

 

Andy Warhol, Mao

Andy Warhol, Mao, 1973

 

Rauschenberg, Robert- Straw-Boss

Robert Rauschenberg, Straw-Boss, 1962

 

Calder, Alexander- Yellow Sail

Alexander Calder, Yellow Sail, 1950

 

Sherman, Cindy- Untitled #85

Cindy Sherman, Untitled #85, 1981

Unknown to many, they also have an extensive collection of Japanese woodblock prints.

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Fujiwara no Yasumasa

Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, Fujiwara no Yasumasa Plays the Flute by Moonlight, 1882

 

Hiroshige, Utagawa- One Hundred Views of Edo: Sudden Shower over Ohashi Bridge and Atake

Utagawa Hiroshige, One Hundred Views of Edo: Sudden Shower over Ohashi Bridge and Atake, 1857

 

Hiroshige- Night Snow at Kambara from the Series: The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido

Hiroshige, Night Snow at Kambara from the Series: The Fifty-three Stations of the Tokaido, 1833

 

Some of the Japanese wood block prints are coming out in an upcoming exhibition.

You can see more of their collection or find information on visiting from their website here.