Decorative Arts Museums
Carnegie Museum of Art
This stylish view of the Decorative Arts collection at the Carnegie Museum of Art includes glimpses of furniture, metalwork, and ceramics.
Detroit Institute of Art
The French Decorative Arts Collection is showcased on this page of the Detroit Institute of Art web site.
Selected works from the Decorative Arts collection at the Frick are featured on this lovely page.
A beautiful introduction to the Hermitage's extraordinary collection of "Western European Applied Art" can be found on this page.
Indianapolis Museum of Art
The description of the Indianapolis Museum of Art's Decorative Arts collection includes a featured object - but you will have to visit the site to see what it is.
Isamu Noguchi Garden Museum
Fans of designer and artist Isamu Noguchi will love this site - it features a chronology of Noguchi's life and work and many images of his art.
J. Paul Getty Museum
View the decorative arts collection on the web, then make plans to see the collection in person near Los Angeles.
Milwaukee Art Museum
The Decorative Arts collection is particularly strong in the areas of Early American, 19th century and 20th century objects, with an emphasis on Frank Lloyd Wright's works.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
An introduction to the Museum's collection of Decorative Arts, which boasts an impressive array of objects from a myriad of cultures.
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
This page introduces the 20th-Century Decorative Arts Collection with a series of splendid images.
National Gallery of Art (Washington D.C.)
This site features a wonderful introduction to the Decorative Arts collection at the National Gallery, but perhaps the most interesting aspect is the "selected tours" on a trio of topics.
National Museum of Sweden
Browse the website for the National Museum of Sweden.
To call this collection in Sydney, Australia, of Decorative Arts objects "eclectic" would be an understatement - but these works are fascinating nonetheless.