The Fogg Museum, which opened to the public in 1895, is Harvard’s oldest art museum. It is renowned for its extensive holdings of European and American art from the Middle Ages to the present. Comprising paintings, sculpture, photographs, prints, drawings, and decorative arts, the Fogg Museum’s collection oﬀers students, scholars and visitors a comprehensive survey of the history of Western art. Particular strengths include Italian early Renaissance, 17th-century Dutch, and 19th-century French and British art, including one of America’s premier collections of works by the Pre-Raphaelites and the celebrated Maurice Wertheim collection of impressionist and postimpressionist paintings. The museum also owns a signiﬁcant group of 19th- and 20th-century American paintings and works on paper, and is responsible for the Harvard University Portrait Collection, which represents individuals associated with Harvard’s history.