Follow British Art and Culture from the 15th Century to the Present in the Heart of New Haven
A New Haven Tour Worthy of Historiographers and Enthusiasts
The Yale Center for British Art lays the claim for having the most extensive collection of British art outside the United Kingdom. Paul Melon presented the collection to the university back in 1929, giving anyone with general or academic interests a chance to take a closer look, right in the heart of New Haven. The November 20th event features the exhibition, Love, Life, Death, and Desire: An Installation of the Center’s Collections.
During the visit, you can sample various offerings that the museum has to offer, including:
- Over 250 sculptures, 2000 paintings, 35000 manuscripts, and rare books
- Masterpieces by renowned artists like George Stubbs, Joshua Reynolds, among others
- A close look at the last building designed by Louis I. Kahn, the internationally acclaimed American architect
Visitors need timed-entry tickets to participate. It is also crucial to travel light since backpacks, large bags, shopping bags, drinks, and food are not allowed.
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