The Brinton Museum is located on the historic Quarter Circle A Ranch in Big Horn, Wyoming and features 19th, 20th and 21st century Western and American Indian Art in a setting that is art unto itself.
Boots, Brushes and The Bighorn Mountains exhibit features Western art depicting the beauty of the region by many of the most celebrated... Learn More
Gregory Packard’s vibrant American Impressionist paintings grace the Jacomien Mars Reception Gallery as the inaugural contemporary... Learn More
View The Brinton Museum’s extensive collection of Western Art on permanent display in the Ted and Katie Meredith Gallery of Western Art and in the Historic Brinton Ranch House... Learn More
The Brinton Museum was established as an institution dedicated to American Indian art & culture, as well as to American fine and decorative art. The Gallatin Collection, recently gifted to the... Learn More
There’s so much to do at The Brinton Museum on the Quarter Circle A Ranch. Here’s a list of recommended tours and activities and how long to plan for them.
On loan for exhibit in "Boots, Brushes and the Bighorn Mountains"
The Bradford Brinton Memorial Collection