The Poster Project

With generous support from the PGE Foundation, the Portland Art Museum has created a set of posters featuring works across the permanent collections. Posters are available free of charge to educators in Oregon and Washington. Hang them in classrooms, hallways, and libraries or take them out for specific activities and lessons. Our goal is to provide educators and students with artworks you can study and enjoy wherever you are.

Spanish-language PDFs developed with the support and collaboration of AB Cultural Drivers, LLC.

Beginning September 2021, we are proud to partner with Relay Resources to package and mail posters to you. Please allow 2 – 3 weeks for delivery.

Posters available in print and online

2021 set

2019 set

Posters available as online resources only

  • Buson print cropped
  • Diriksen painting cropped
  • Feddersen-cropped
  • Joseph Hirsch (American, 1910–1981) Banquet, 1945 Lithograph on beige wove paper Image: 9 3/4 x 13 3/4 inches Sheet: 12 x 15 7/8 inches Gift of Christopher Russell 2015.21.1
  • The Forest in Autumn, ca. 1970 Oil on wood 38 x 52 inches Gift of Blount International, Inc. Public domain 2012.112.27
  • Kuna artist Child’s Mola Shirt, ca. 1970 Cotton and synthetic fabric 20 x 23 inches Gift of an anonymous donor 2016.3.1
  • Representing-Portrait-of-a-Couple-cropped
  • Durer-cropped
  • Unknown Palmyrene artist (Palmyra, Syria) Funerary Portrait: Yarkhai son of Ogga and Balya his Daughter, 150/200 CE Limestone 21 x 32 x 7 inches Gift of Mr. Aziz E. Atiyeh Public domain 54.3
  • Amalia Pica (Argentine, born 1978) Procession (Reconfiguration), 2016 Acid free paper, acrylic, wood 91 x 290 inches Museum Purchase: Contemporary Art Purchase Fund © Amalia Pica 2017.2.1a–k
  • William Cumming (American, 1917–2010) Three Kids, 1968 Oil on Masonite 23 1/2 x 35 5/8 inches Gift of Sandra Stone Peters © artist or other rights holder 86.70.5
  • Charles Heaney (American, 1897-1981) Mountains, 1938 Oil on canvas 33 3/8 x 38 inches Courtesy of the Fine Arts Program, Public Buildings Service, U.S. General Services Administration. Commissioned through the New Deal art projects. Public domain L45.3.4
  • Farrell-Smith-cropped
  • Flavin-cropped
  • Bonito-cropped
  • Woodruff-cropped
  • Fujikasa Satoko (Japanese, born 1980) Flow #1, 2011 Stoneware with matte white slip 26 1/8 x 27 x 23 1/8 inches Museum Purchase: Funds provided by the Asian Art Council © Fujikasa Satoko 2013.15.1
  • Corita Kent somebody had to break the rules, 1967 Color screenprint on Pellon 29 7/8 x 36 1/16 inches Museum Purchase: Print Acquisition Fund © Corita Art Center, Immaculate Heart Community, Los Angeles, CA 2016.89.1
  • Michel Corneille, the elder (French, 1601/1603–1664) Cleopatra and the Asp, 1650/1660 oil on canvas 55 x 71 3/8 inches Gift of the Dr. Henry Victor Adix, Jr. Trust 2001.13