The Thoma Foundation’s collection includes over 1,700 works of art in four broad fields. The collection continues to grow, and work from the collection is displayed at our exhibition spaces in Dallas, Santa Fe and Chicago and lent to exhibition venues around the world.

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Art of the Spanish Americas

The Foundation’s Art of the Spanish Americas collection numbers more than 200 works from the 17th to 19th centuries—principally paintings from South America. The collection includes works on religious themes and portraits from the Viceroyalty of Peru, as well as a small selection of portraits from the Spanish Caribbean.


Digital & Media Art

This pioneering collection encompasses artistic innovations in custom-coded and algorithmic software, internet-connected and real-time animation, early computer drawing, interactive technology, video installation, electronic sculpture, and works that utilize LED and LCD displays.


Japanese Bamboo

The Japanese Bamboo collection includes contemporary Japanese Bamboo baskets representing both independent artists and bamboo artists from the two professional associations devoted to the field, Nitten (Japan Fine Arts Exhibition) and the Nihon Kogeikai (Japan Craft Arts Association).


Post-War Painting & Sculpture

The Foundation’s collection of mid-century global abstract art is centered around the years 1950–79 and the major movements of that period including Color Field, Hard Edge, Op, Washington Color School, Light & Space, and Shaped Canvas.

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