Category:Detroit Institute of Arts
English: The DIA−Detroit Institute of Arts — a renowned 'encyclopedic' art museum on Woodward Avenue, in Midtown Detroit, Michigan.
- The original 1927 marble Beaux-Arts Italian Renaissance Revival style building was designed by Paul Philippe Cret.
- The museum complex is a contributing property to the National Register of Historic Places listed Cultural Center Historic District. The Detroit Industry Murals, 27 frescos painted by Diego Rivera in the museum, are a National Historic Landmark.
This is a category about a place or building that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States of America. Its reference number is
art museum in Detroit, Michigan
|Instance of||art museum|
|Location||Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan|
|Located at street address|
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Pages in category "Detroit Institute of Arts"
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- Art student.jpg 600 × 336; 38 KB
- Diego Rivera Mural Sign.jpg 400 × 507; 54 KB
- Samuel Sachs II.jpg 634 × 900; 36 KB
- The Allegory of Immortality by Giulio Romano, c. 1540.jpg 2,000 × 1,995; 1.3 MB
- Untitled, 1987 Torso Series.jpg 580 × 758; 67 KB