The exhibition in Houston showcases the renowned collection of the Hammer Museum at UCLA. Major works of art from across four centuries reflect the collecting interests of Armand Hammer (1898–1990), founder of the Los Angeles museum. Highlights of the exhibition include paintings from the 16th and 17th centuries like Rembrandt’s “Juno,” a depiction of the Roman goddess of wealth and an outstanding example of Rembrandt’s late style. The exhibition also presents three works by Vincent van Gogh, including his iconic 1889 view, through a stand of pine trees, of the hospital at Saint-Rémy, where he painted some of his greatest and best-known works. Rembrandt to Van Gogh offers a special opportunity to see these great works of art, shown together outside Los Angeles for the first time in this century.