Friends of Art and Artist-friends,
We hope that you have been enjoying visits to our web site. These days we get about 10,000 visitors every week from all over the world.
Come back again to keep informed about new events at the Museum. But some day do visit us in person!
The Museum is located 20 minutes by car from the world-famous Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York, and about 35 minutes south from Niagara Falls.
Through my engagement to promote a cultural dialog between Europe and America over the past 20 years, I came to know a number of leading European artists and intellectuals, who are also interested promoting friendship and understanding through art and culture.
The Museum has a growing collection of 20th century art of the classical-realistic tradition. Visitors tell us again and again how impressed they are to find such a fine collection in Buffalo.
Our collection includes fine bronze and marble sculptures, reliefs, portrait-busts, paintings and graphic works by artists like Salvador Dali, Ernst Fuchs, Arno Breker, Kurt Arentz, Jean Cocteau, Henry Moore, Marc Chagall, and others.
We are a NON-PROFIT, educational organization, BUT we do NOT receive any money from the government. DONATIONS ARE TAX-DEDUCTIBLE for US donors.
All that has been achieved up to now was done as an initiative of individuals - friends, artists, and art lovers.
AT THIS TIME,
WE URGENTLY NEED TO PUT THE MUSEUM ON A MORE SECURE FINANCIAL BASIS.
These are the most practical and useful ways for people to make a donation:
1) CHECK or Money order, payable to: Museum of European Art
2) Donation of WORKS OF ART sculptures, paintings, lithographs, or rare books.
The donor gets a tax-deduction for the CURRENT MARKET VALUE of the item donated. This can result in a substantial tax saving to the donor, if the value increased since acquisition.
3) PURCHASE A WORK OF ART from our collection. Some works are shown at
Please consider your situation, and if you can help in some way, decide which of the three above options would be best for you.
We look forward to hear from you.
Museum of European Art
10545 Main Street
Clarence, New York 14031 (USA)