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World Museums and Art Galleries
Maybe the Museum or Gallery you're looking for is listed differently than you expect. For instance, you could be looking for the "Singapore Art and History Museum" on the "S" page, when in fact it is listed as the "Museum of Singapore Art and History" on the "M" page.
Van Abbemuseum - Netherlands
Vancouver Art Gallery - British Columbia, Canada
Victoria and Albert Museum - London, England
Victoria National Gallery - Australia
Visionary Art American Museum