Museum & Gallery at Bob Jones University

M&G is known as “one of America’s largest and most interesting collections of European Old Master paintings,” and its Baroque paintings (from the 1600s) represent one of the most important collections in America.

The breadth of the collection reveals—on a grand scale—the artistic, social, and religious history of Western Europe from the 1300s through 1800s, and includes compelling works by the great masters such as Rubens, van Dyck, Reni, Tintoretto, Le Brun, Cranach, and Ribera as well as notable students of da Vinci and Rembrandt.

M&G is currently closed to the public to pursue a much-improved building off the campus of Bob Jones University in order to make the collection more accessible.

However, you can still see selections of the collection at locations on the University campus and on exhibition at the Greenville County Museum of Art (through December 30, 2018). Tours of these exhibits are available. Please visit to book a tour, follow the collections, monitor their progress, or attend an upcoming M&G event!

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October 16

Recurring every week day

M&G's exhibit of the Bowen Collection of Antiquities--around 250 objects representing 37 centuries of ancient Egyptian, Hebrew, and Roman cultures--is available to view at...



Oct 16 2018 - Dec 12 2018

October 16

Recurring weekly on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday until Dec. 12 2018

Scavenger Hunt: Young Archaeologists Adventure Location: Mack Library, campus of Bob Jones University Children K5-8th grade can grab a scavenger hunt at the Mack Library...



Dec 09 2018 - Dec 09 2018

December 09

Dec. 09

Sundays at 2 : Greenville County Museum of Art Sunday, December 9 at 2 PM Location: Greenville County Museum of Art Join M&G Director, Erin Jones, for a guided tour of...