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Monuments Men and Women Museum Network

The Monuments Men and Women Museum Network was created to recognize the pre and postwar contributions of the Monuments Men and Women, who greatly influenced the growth and success of many of the world’s leading cultural and educational institutions. Museum collections the world over contain one or more works of art saved by the Monuments Men during World War II, and others that later entered their holdings after being restituted by the Monuments Men and Women to the rightful owners.

As part of the educational component of the Foundation’s mission, the Museum Network enables partner institutions to profile their respective Monuments Men and Women connections.

Monuments Men Foundation Members will receive free admission or store discounts at museums who are part of this network.

 

Below is a summary of connections between each participating museum and the Monuments Men, Monuments Women, and works with a wartime connection.

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“The Kimbell is honored to partner with the Monuments Men Foundation and its membership program supporting the Foundation’s important mission of restitution, education, and preservation.” Eric Lee (Director, Kimbell Art Museum)