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Bank of America’s Masterpiece Moment

At Bank of America, we believe in the power of the arts to help economies thrive, educate and enrich societies, and create greater cultural understanding. That’s why we’re proud to bring you Bank of America's Masterpiece Moment—a video series that celebrates great works of art from museum collections around the world.

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Art inspires, educates, and helps us see our world in a new way

We could all use a little inspiration in our busy lives, and benefit from the context that art can bring to bear on our world, our times, and our history. Join us and museum directors from around the world as we explore some of our greatest artistic treasures. We’ll take a closer look at a new masterpiece every two weeks, so be sure to tune in, learn more, be inspired and discuss with friends and family.

Fight Between Kiowa and Navajo by Silver Horn

For Kiowa artist Silver Horn, his drawings represented a way of honoring the brave deeds of his people and preserving their history for future generations. This work—and over a thousand others by the artist— are invaluable documents of historical Kiowa life. Learn more with Richard Aste, Director and CEO of the McNay Art Museum.

Island Funeral by N.C. Wyeth

As one of the most popular and successful illustrators of the 20th century, N.C. Wyeth was constantly in demand for commercial commissions, but he longed to be viewed as a fine artist. Learn more about Wyeth's life and his transitional work Island Funeral with Thomas Padon, Director of the Brandywine Museum of Art.

The County Election by George Caleb Bingham

Missouri’s best-known artist, George Caleb Bingham, enjoyed success as both an artist and politician by the age of 41. This masterpiece is one in a series of three paintings in his Election Series that illustrates the complex yet vital workings of the American elections. Explore Bingham’s work with Min Jung Kim, Barbara B. Taylor Director of the Saint Louis Art Museum.

August 22nd -October 3rd, 2022

June 27th - August 8th, 2022

May 2nd–June 13th, 2022

March 7th–April 18th, 2022

December 20th–February 21st, 2022

October 25th–December 6th, 2021

August 30th–October 11th, 2021

July 5th–August 8th, 2021