Portions of The Bryan Collection are often loaned to other museums and institutions for special exhibition. Below is a listing of these special exhibits—past, present, and future.
Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
August 4, 2015 - November 29, 2015
Substantial collection of Frank Reaugh fine art, sketches, artifacts, papers, and photographs. The University of Texas at Austin holds a large collection of Frank Reaugh artwork.
Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Texas
September 16, 2014 - January 14, 2015
Sixty-nine paintings and drawings from artists such as Robert Jenkins Onderdonk, José Cisneros, Franklin "Frank" Reaugh, Tom Lea, Josephine Oliver Travis, and many others. For more information, please visit Michael Duty's blog.
Ellen Nöel Art Museum of the Permian Basin,
August 31, 2013 - November 8, 2013
A collection of over forty examples of fine art and sketches by renowned artist of the Southwest José Cisneros. The exhibition comprised pieces only from the Bryan Collection.
Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas
January 2, 2013 - June 7, 2013
The Bryan Collection contributed several fine art pieces, including a painting by Texas artist Frank Reaugh.
El Paso Museum of History, El Paso, Texas
October 2, 2012 - January 4, 2013
Three impressive saddles contributed to the exhibition, including the magnificent "Silver Saddle," a Spanish Colonial saddle with heavy silver ornamentation, as well as various saddle accoutrements.
The Houston Museum of Natural Science, Houston, Texas
March 6, 2011 - September 5, 2011
This spectacular exhibition celebrated the history of Texas by combining pieces from several well-known collections and institutions in one memorable show. The Bryan Collection was proud to lend many of its best pieces of Texas fine art, rare maps, historical artifacts and documents, and antique firearms for this exhibition.
Elisabet Ney Museum, Austin, Texas
1998 - 2016
This impressive collection contains letters and manuscripts from one of Texas's most influential sculptors. This collection includes letters to and from Elisabet Ney, business contracts, Elisabet Ney's notebook, manuscripts and typescript copies from Elisabet Ney, and newspaper clippings, as well as a manuscript biography of Elisabet Ney by Nannie Huddle and folio typescripts of "A Great Texas Artist" by Neill Bride Taylor.