The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum is an art museum which houses a collection of Impressionist and more modern artwork. Originally founded as the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, the museum was renamed after its founder following his death in 1952. The museum's current building was constructed in 1959 with an inverse-tapered cylindrical shape designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Inside the building is a single spiraling ramp around a central atrium. The attached tower was constructed during renovations in 1992.