National Art Museum of Sport
Housed in University Place on the campus of IUPUI, the National Art Museum of Sport
is the nation's largest collection of sports art with more than 1,000 paintings, prints, sculptures and photographs of 44 sports,
including ice yachting, bowling, auto racing, tennis, hunting, squash and archery.
Among the artists represented in the collection are
Winslow Homer, Fletcher Martin, George Bellows and Alfred Boucher.
Founded in 1959 by Connecticut artist-sportsman Germain G. Glidden, the museum moved to Indianapolis in 1990 after being located on
the East Coast for 30 years.
Indianapolis Skyline seen from Victory Field