The Oceania Cruises Art Collection

The Oceania cruise ship ‘Riviera’ has been dubbed a floating art museum, one that showcased a world-class collection of artworks personally curated by the founders of Oceania Cruises. We bring you a few of our favourites.

Mistral II by Daniel Q. Adel 2010 | oil on canvas | 31.5 x 39 inches Marina, Grand Dining Room
Woman on Balcony by Condo Bermúdez
1982 | gouache on paper laid down on board | 55 x 70 inches
Marina, Reception | deck 5 midship
Paolo Da San Lorenzo Le Bagnanti (The Bathers)
2009 | oil on canvas | 148 x 98 inches
Marina, Grand Dining Room | deck 6 aft
Totem by Wilfredo Lam
1970 | pastel on paper | 20 x 27 inches
Riviera, Grand Bar | deck 6 aft
Untitled by Terje Lundaas
2011 | stacked glass | 21.5 x 46 inches
Marina and Riviera, Red Ginger | deck 5 midship
Asian Marilyn by Robert Mars
2011 | mixed media | 44 x 60 inches
Marina, Red Ginger | deck 5 midship
The Seers IV by Joan Miró
1971 | lithograph in color on rives vellum with watermark | 49 x 64 inches
Marina, Grand Bar | deck 6 aft
Rostro Desconocido (Unknown Face) by Servando Cabrera Moreno
1958 | oil on canvas | 28 x 35 inches
Marina, Martinis | deck 6 midship
Venus et l’Amour Voleur de Miel (Venus and Cupid, the Money Thief) by Pablo Picasso
1957 | lithograph on Arches | 21 x 28 inches
Riviera, Grand Bar | deck 6 aft
Samurai by Carlos Quintana
2010 | oil on canvas | 51 x 76 inches
Marina, Red Ginger | deck 5 midship
Untitled by Jorge Varona
2011 | oil on canvas | 46 x 32 inches
Marina, Styling Salon | deck 14 forward

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