A quilt created not long after Texas gained its independence includes an unmistakable symbol of the state.
Inside the MFAH
Posts by Remi S. Dyll
Remi Dyll is the collection manager at Bayou Bend.
A 19th-century sampler, or textile work with embroidery, is an important and rare reminder of the United States’ multicultural past.
In 1843, 14-year-old Mary J. Greenfield Smith stitched an elegant woolwork picture—surely not imagining that it would one day be in a museum’s collection.
Art-Inspired Activity Book for Families
Virtual Cinema “The Wolf House” and “New French Shorts 2020”
Rienzi’s “Extravagant Objects” on View @ Google Arts & Culture
At-Home Art Activity for Kids: Let’s Make Shapes
“Design in Dialogue” A Virtual Chat about the MFAH and Design
Online Tickets for In-Gallery Experiences
Virtual Cinema “Diana Kennedy: Nothing Fancy” and “On a Magical Night”
Family-Friendly Art Activity: Make Your Own Tree
Discovering the Turkish Lute with Artist Dario Robleto