Exhibition space in de Young museum established in 2014 for the Thomas W. Weisel Family Collection of North American Art.

Bowl (bird and rabbit), ca. 1010–1130.  Mimbres, Earthenware with pigment.  4 5/16 x 10 5/8 in. (11 x 27 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Bowl (two faces and insects), ca. 1010–1130. Mimbres, Earthenware with pigment. 4 3/4 x 10 1/16 in. (12 x 25.5 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Bowl (human-avian composite), ca. 1010–1130. Mimbres, Earthenware with pigment. 4 x 9 3/4 in. (10.1 x 24.7 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Bowl (figure inside fish), ca. 1010–1130. Mimbres, Earthenware with pigment. 4 1/2 x 10 1/4 in. (11.5 x 26 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Jar, ca. 1450–1500. Sikyatki, Earthenware with polychrone. 5 11/16 x 9 1/16 in. (14.5 x 23 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Vessel, ca. 1450–1500. Sikyatki, Earthenware with polychrome. 8 11/16 x 17 1/2 in. (22 x 44.5 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Vessel, ca. 1890–1910. Attributed to Nampeyo (Hopi-Tewa, ca. 1860–1942), Earthenware with polychrome. 7 1/2 x 15 3/8 in. (19 x 39 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Water jar, ca. 1850–1870. Trios, Earthenware with polychrome. 10 3/4 x 12 13/16 in. (27.3 x 32.5 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Olla, ca. 1880. Hopi, Earthenware with polychrome. 10 1/16 x 13 3/8 in. (25.5 x 34 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Water jar, ca. 1890–1910. Acoma, Earthenware with polychrome. 11 5/8 x 11 13/16 in. (29.5 x 30 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Tray, ca. 1890. Yavapai-Apache, Fiber. 4 5/16 x 14 1/16 in. (11 x 35.7 cm).Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Shield, ca. 1820–1850. Acoma or Jemez, Hide and pigment. 20 x 20 in. (50.8 x 50.8 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Wearing blanket (first-phase chief blanket, Ute style), ca. 1830. Navajo, Wool; weft-faced plain weave, dovetail and diagonal-join tapestry weave, eccentric curved weft. 52 x 70 in. (132.1 x 177.8 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Serape, ca. 1855–1860. Navajo, Wool; weft-faced plain weave, interlocked tapestry weave, eccentric weft. 70 1/2 x 54 1/2 in. (179.1 x 138.4 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Poncho serape, ca. 1830. Navajo, Wool; weft-faced plain weave, interlocked tapestry weave. 78 x 51 in. (198.1 x 129.5 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Serape, ca. 1850. Navajo, Wool; weft-faced plain weave, interlocked tapestry weave, eccentric curved weft. 91 x 62 in. (231.1 x 157.5 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Serape, ca. 1865. Navajo, Wool; weft-faced plain weave, interlocked tapestry weave, eccentric curved weft. 70 1/2 x 50 3/4 in. (179.1 x 128.9 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Seated figure, late 19th century. Kwakiutl (Kwakwaka’wakw), Wood and paint. 55 11/16 x 19 11/16 x 21 5/8 in. (141.5 x 50 x 55 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Bear effigy, ca. 1870. Haida, Wood and paint. 29 1/2 x 20 7/8 x 44 1/2 in. (75 x 53 x 113 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Mask, ca. 1800–1850. Tsimshian, Wood and pigment; shell inlay. 10 1/16 x 8 1/16 x 5 1/8 in. (25.5 x 20.5 x 13 cm). Gift of the Thomas W. Weisel Family to the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Richard Serra “Switch”  plates, each 52’ long x 13’6” high x 2” wide, “1999.” Donated to NY MOMA in 2002.

Andreas Gursky “Rhein” 81 1/2” x 140 1/2”, “1999.” Donated to NY MOMA in 2002

Mark Grotjahn “Untitled 41.31” 93 1/8 x 72 3/8 cm, “2010.” Promised gift to SF MOMA.

Lee Mullican “Dynaton Triptych”40 x 50, “1952.” To be loaned for SF MOMA’s Spring 2016 re-opening.

Nathan Oliveira “Walking Man #2”96 x 144 (3 panels of 96 x 48 ea), “1959.” To be loaned for SF MOMA’s Spring 2016 re-opening.

Joan Brown “Bathing Girls”72 x 96,  “1962.” To be loaned for SF MOMA’s Spring 2016 re-opening.

Lee Mullican “The Luminous Loot”40 x 50, “1948.” To be loaned for SF MOMA’s Spring 2016 re-opening.

Mark Bradford “Thievery by Servants”118 x 358 in., “2013.” To be loaned for SF MOMA’s Spring 2016 re-opening.

Mr. Weisel serves on the board of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). He is currently Chairman of the Committee on Trustees, a post he has held for six years. He has recruited many tech CEOs and Silicon Valley venture capitalists to the board. Mr. Weisel is also on the SFMOMA Executive Committee, Tech Committee, and Campaign Finance Committee. The museum recently raised $600 million for a major expansion, in which Mr. Weisel played a role. Mr. Weisel also served on the Board of Trustees of the New York Museum of Modern Art (NYMOMA) from 1996 to 2011.

Mr. Weisel has gifted or promised numerous art pieces to the SFMOMA and NYMOMA from his personal collection including works by Mark Grotjahn, Tony Berlant, Wayne Thiebaud, Joan Brown, Richard Serra, Andreas Gursky, Mark Bradford and Nathan Oliveira.

In 2014, Mr. Weisel donated approximately 200 pieces of art from his Native American collection to the de Young Fine Arts Museum in San Francisco and established a research grant to enhance the study, appreciation, or presentation of Native American Art.

In 2016, when the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art reopens after the yearlong expansion construction, it will rename three of its California art galleries after Mr. Weisel. Mr. Weisel also endowed the position of curator of painting and sculpture at SFMOMA in 2014.

Mr. Weisel established The Thomas Weisel Family Art Foundation to oversee the various gifts and endowments he has made in order to ensure they are maintained by the museum in a manner consistent with the original gift agreement and its charitable intent. Thomas Weisel and his family have established substantial relationships with the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the de Young Museum of Fine Arts. The Foundation intends to continue to support these institutions.