Loans

Current Loans

The Broadmoor Art Academy and Its Legacy, 1919–1970
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College
October 12, 2019–January 12, 2020

 

Nadine Drummond Untitled painting

Kirkland Museum is loaning 29 works from its extensive collection of Colorado art to this celebration of the 100th anniversary of the founding of this important institution.

Untitled (Echo Rock Formation), by Nadine Kent Drummond (1912–1966, American), 1953, oil on canvas, 28 ¼ x 38 inches, Collection of Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art.

Kirkland Museum as a Lending Institution

Hugh Grant, Kirkland Museum’s Founding Director & Curator, began curating exhibitions for Vance Kirkland (1904–1981) in 1976. Since that time, he and the Museum have loaned to the institutions below.

Many of these organizations have borrowed several times from Kirkland Museum. This is one of three ways Kirkland Museum gains exposure of Colorado art and international decorative art, along with getting it published and exhibited—keeping Colorado and regional artists, in addition to decorative art, displayed at Kirkland Museum.

Colorado (56 institutions in 18 cities and towns):

  • Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Arvada
  • The Aspen Institute (loaned to both galleries at different times: Aspen Institute Gallery in the Paepcke Memorial Building; The Resnick Gallery at the Doerr-Hosier Center)
  • Aspen Art Museum, Aspen
  • Aurora History Museum, Aurora
  • Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver Performing Arts Complex
  • Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (also gave exhibition at the formerly named Boulder Center for the Visual Arts in 1985), Boulder
  • Byers-Evans House Museum, Denver
  • Center for Visual Art, Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Central City Opera, Central City
  • Century Bank, Denver (3 exhibitions)
  • Cheyenne Mountain Heritage Center, Colorado Springs (Charles Bunnell exhibition)
  • Colorado Art Expo, Denver
  • Colorado Ballet, Denver
  • Colorado College, Colorado Springs
  • Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs
  • Colorado State University, Fort Collins
  • David Cook Galleries, Denver (event supporting The Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery, of Lindsborg, Kansas)
  • Denver Art Museum
  • Denver Center Theatre, Denver Center for the Performing Arts
  • Denver Chamber of Commerce
  • Denver City Attorney’s Office
  • Denver International Airport—Terminal A Concourse Bridge
  • Denver International Airport—Airport Executive Offices (lobby)
  • Denver Mayor’s Office
  • Denver Modernism Show
  • Denver Museum of Nature and Science (Gates Planetarium)
  • Denver Office: Special Assistant to the Mayor
  • Denver Office: Chief Operating Officer (Denver City & County)
  • Denver Public Library
  • Ellie Caulkins Opera House, Denver Performing Arts Complex
  • El Pomar Carriage Museum, Colorado Springs
  • Emmanuel Gallery (Auraria College Campus), Denver
  • Fiske Planetarium, Boulder
  • Foothills Art Center, Golden
  • Fort Collins Museum of Art (formerly the Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art), Fort Collins
  • Fort Lewis College, Durango (Center for Southwest Studies)
  • Fremont Center for the Arts, Cañon City
  • Friends of Red Rocks, Morrison
  • Gensler and Associates, Architects, Denver
  • Guarantee Bank, Denver (3 exhibitions)
  • History Colorado Center (formerly the Colorado History Museum), Denver
  • Lakewood Heritage Center, Lakewood
  • Loretto Heights College (since closed), Denver
  • Loveland Museum/Gallery, Loveland
  • Mizel Center for Arts and Culture (Singer Gallery, Denver)
  • Molly Brown House Museum, Denver
  • Museum of Contemporary Art—Denver (2006 Decades of Influence/Extended Remix, ten objects by Roger Lang and Jim and Nan McKinnell)
  • Park State Bank (part of the programs of The Teller Historic and Environmental Coalition [T.H.E. Coalition], Eichman Gallery), Woodland Park, west of Colorado Springs
  • RedLine, Denver
  • Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design, Denver
  • Rocky Mountain Depression Glass Society (2008 and 2009 shows at the Douglas County Event Center), Castle Rock
  • Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Pueblo
  • The Sculptured House, Genesee (loaned for a national photo shoot and many non-profit benefit events over a few years; house now sold)
  • University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
  • University of Denver (Victoria H. Myhren Gallery; also to the School of Art & Art History for a Graduate Student Research Practicum)
  • Western Colorado Center for the Arts, Grand Junction

National (32 institutions in 20 states):

  • Alden B. Dow Museum of Science & Art (Midland Center for the Arts), Midland, Michigan
  • Alma Gallery, Lima, Ohio (traveling exhibition from the Ohio Arts Council)
  • Amarillo Art Center, Amarillo, Texas
  • Birger Sandzén Memorial Gallery, Lindsborg, Kansas
  • Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
  • Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, South Carolina
  • Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
  • Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas
  • Danish Immigrant Museum, Elk Horn, Iowa (Two chairs by Finn Juhl and Verner Panton and a chair and ottoman by Arne Jacobsen; may travel to the Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle and others)
  • Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman, Oklahoma
  • Gibbes Museum of Art, Charleston, South Carolina
  • Hamilton College, Clinton, New York
  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas
  • Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
  • Longview Art Center, Longview, Texas
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California
  • McFall Center Gallery, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio (traveling exhibition from the Ohio Arts Council)
  • Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Two ceramics by Grete H. L. Marks)
  • Naples Museum of Art, Naples, Florida
  • Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts
  • Oklahoma Arts Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine
  • Edward W. Root Art Center (now closed), Hamilton College, Clinton, New York
  • Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site, Cornish, New Hampshire
  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California
  • Santa Fe Arts Festival, Sweeney Center, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
  • Smithsonian American Art Museum (formerly the National Collection of Fine Art), Washington, D.C.
  • Toledo Edison Building Gallery, Toledo, Ohio (traveling exhibition from the Ohio Arts Council)
  • University of Hawaii, Manoa, Hawaii
  • Washington State University, Pullman, Washington (Jim Olson chair for Jim Olson Architecture for Art, September 30–December 10, 2011)
  • Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington (Jim Olson chair for Jim Olson Architecture for Art, March 9–June 9, 2013)

International (17 institutions in 11 foreign countries, not including United States listed above):

  • The Czech Museum of Fine Arts, Prague, Czech Republic
  • Fondazione Mudima, Milano, Italy
  • Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
  • Glenbow-Alberta Institute, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • Kiscelli Múzeum, Budapest, Hungary
  • Latvian Foreign Art Museum, Riga, Latvia
  • McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario, Canada
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, Hungary
  • Museum of Modern Art, Vienna, Austria
  • National Museum, Warsaw, Poland
  • National Museum of Art of Lithuania, Kaunas
  • Sala Parpalló Museum Complex, Valencia, Spain
  • Stadtmuseum, Düsseldorf, Germany
  • The State Gallery of Art of Poland, Sopot/Gdansk, Poland
  • The State Russian Museum, Marble Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia
  • U.S. Embassy, Vienna, Austria
  • Vancouver Art Gallery, British Columbia, Canada