The collection of the Menard Art Museum encompasses more than 1,400 works, including approximately 900 paintings, prints and sculptures and approximately 500 handicrafts and antiquities. The collection consists primarily of post-Impressionist works from Europe, including those of Edouard Manet and Japanese-style and Western-style paintings by Japanese artists from the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Periods (from the late 19th to late 20th centuries) to the present.
The Size of the works are in the following order.
Paintings / Calligraphy : height × width cm
Sculpture / Applied Arts : width × depth / diameter × height cm