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The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public. There will be no events taking place on-site at the de Young or the Legion of Honor through June 30. This includes the cancellation of Bouquets to Art...
The de Young and Legion of Honor are temporarily closed to the public beginning Saturday, March 14.
The museum is open today 9:30 am–5:15 pm.
The Legion of Honor’s Spreckels Organ is one of the few indoor/outdoor organs ever made. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert every Saturday at 4 pm, except when the museum is closed. Join us this Saturday...
The Legion of Honor’s Spreckels Organ is one of the few indoor/outdoor organs ever made. View extraordinary art as you listen to a free concert every Saturday at 4 pm, except when the museum is closed. Join us this Saturday...
Kathryn Calley Galitz is a scholar of late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century French art. At The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Galitz has organized international exhibitions on artists including Chassériau, Girodet, and...
For a limited time only, join us every day for a special "Tea with Tissot" at the Legion of Honor cafe in conjunction with the exhibition James Tissot: Fashion & Faith. Everyday starting at 11 am from December...
French artist James Tissot defied both personal and professional conventions in a career that spanned the English Channel, earning commercial and critical success both in London and Paris. Though invited by Degas to exhibit...
French artist James Tissot defied both personal and professional conventions in a career that spanned the English Channel, earning commercial and critical success both in London and Paris. Though invited by Degas to exhibit...

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