Yale University Art Gallery
The Yale University Art Gallery, America’s oldest and one of its most important university art museums was founded in 1832, when patriot-artist John Trumbull donated more than 100 of his paintings to Yale College. Since then, the Gallery’s collections have grown to number more than 185,000 objects, spanning the globe and ranging in date from ancient times to the present day. In addition to its celebrated collections of American paintings and decorative arts, the Gallery is noted for its important holdings of Greek and Roman art; early Italian paintings; later European art; Asian art; African art; art of the ancient Americas; and Impressionist, modern, and contemporary works. The Gallery’s ongoing installation of works from these collections is complemented by a variety of special exhibitions and public programs. Moreover, in an effort to share its works with a broad public, the Gallery also organizes collections-based exhibitions that travel to museums nationwide.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin||1965 - 2013|
|Yale Art Gallery Bulletin||1958 - 1964|
|Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University||1926 - 1957|