The collection of the Augustana Teaching Museum of Art, located in Rock Island,IL, contains over 4,000 objects. The purpose of the collection is designed to support student, faculty, and community engagement through the study of original works of art. We collect works that are of cultural and scholarly importance and works that fit into one of our three collections: Permanent, Teaching and Heritage.
This database serves as a searchable catalog of our works of arts, historical artifacts, and other materials. The database is available to all individuals at any time. For guidance on how to search the database see the button “Tips for Searching” at the top of the page.
Make sure to check back with us as we continue to update and add digital images of the collection.
|Tre flickor (three Girls),
|Early Fall, Smokey River
|Danger of Wolves,
This website is intended as an educational resource only, and no monetary gain will be generated from it. The works on this site are reproduced based on the College assessment of fair use of copyrighted works, as outlined by the College Art Association's Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for the Visual Arts. If you are the copyright holder for a work illustrated on this website, and have questions about its use, please email us.
database last updated: April 1, 2016