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Read Genevieve Wheeler Brown's terrific review of "Art and industry in Early America" in The New Criterion's December 2016 issue. See the exhibition for yourself now through January 8, 2017. Brown describes the exhibition catalogue as "the American furniture community’s handbook for the foreseeable future." Pick up your copy at the Gallery Bookstore today!

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Via The Art Newspaper: Read a fascinating excerpt from Richard Benson's essay in the new Lee Friedlander publication Western Landscapes. Now through December 31, this gorgeous volume, and all of the Gallery's photography books are offered at 30% off in the Gallery Bookstore. Learn more about our publications and holiday promotions on our website: [ Artgallery.yale.edu Link ]

How bright the sunlight: on Lee Friedlander and the Western landscape

Haven't seen the Art and Industry exhibition yet? Take an "audio tour" with Rhode Island Public Radio's Chuck Hinman and exhibition curator Patricia E. Kane, using the link below.

Hurry to New Haven to see this groundbreaking show before it closes on January 8, 2017!

Artscape: RI's Furniture Era Of Excellence On Display

TOMORROW NIGHT, December 1: Join us for most highly-anticipated artist talk of the season! Carrie Mae Weems visits the Gallery to deliver a lecture titled Past Tense at 6:30 pm, reflecting on her own work—including the September 2016 performances of "Grace Notes: Reflections for Now" at the Yale Repertory Theatre— and its emphasis on our shared history. A reception follows the lecture, and the...
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Celebrate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness with a gift to the Gallery's Annual Fund! The Gallery’s collection is a celebration of life—the creativity and accomplishments of generations both past and present, from cultures around the globe. We cherish and uphold visual art as a democratic art form; art communicates to all of us through color, shape, and line, stirring imagination...
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Enjoy a visual feast in the form of this Gallery favorite: Cranberry Pickers (ca. 1878-79) by Eastman Johnson. Bequest of Christian A. Zabriskie. Happy Thanksgiving!

The museum is closed today for the holiday, but we encourage you to visit this weekend. Gallery hours are Friday 10am-5pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.
In 1863, President Abraham Lincoln issued a proclamation declaring the last Thursday in November as a "day of Thanksgiving and Praise," setting the precedent for America's national day of Thanksgiving.

Presiding over a divided country, Lincoln sought to focus Americans on gratitude for the "blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies;" to "heal the wounds of the nation;" and to restore...
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Read Tracey O'Shaughnessy's article on the exhibition Yosemite: Exploring the Incomparable Valley. In 1864, when Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Valley Grant Act, he presided over a country so deeply divided it was at war with itself. Carleton Watkins' photographs inspired Lincoln to preserve a national treasure of natural beauty for all Americans, with the understanding and foresight that...
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Incomparable valley

Straight from (George Washington's) horse's mouth... Celebrate democracy! Get out and vote! Exercise your right to help elect Washington's successor—the 45th American president. See this painting at the Gallery. The museum is free and open to the public.

John Trumbull, General George Washington at Trenton (detail), 1792. Oil on canvas. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of the Society of the...
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In his review of Yosemite: Exploring the Incomparable Valley, Pulitzer Prize-winning Globe critic Mark Feeney offers musical metaphors to describe some of the works on view, especially the celebrated photographs of Ansel Adams, who was trained as a concert pianist. Tonight at 5:30pm, the symbolism comes to life with a performance of new music by Yale students Jack Lawrence (JE ’18), Eli Brown...
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Yale exhibition celebrates the magnificence of Yosemite Valley. - The Boston Globe

Tomorrow is the first of six lectures by art historian John Walsh in his new series Rembrandt Today. "Rembrandt's Debut in Amsterdam" begins at 1:30pm in the Gallery's lecture hall. Doors open at 12:30pm.

Walsh discusses Rembrandt's early career, focusing on this magnificent portrait of Aeltje Uylenburgh (1632), now on loan to the Gallery from the Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Collection....
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Join us on Tuesday, October 25 at 5:30 pm for a conversation with British Nigerian artist Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA) and Kobena Mercer, Professor, History of Art and African American Studies. This lecture coincides with an exhibition of Shonibare’s works at the Yale Center for British Art. Bringing together photography, costume, sculpture, and film, the Center’s display introduces audiences to...
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Just in time for Family Weekend! Yosemite: Exploring the Incomparable Valley opens today and is on view through December 31, 2016. See botanical specimens of various species depicted in Albert Bierstadt's stunning painting Yosemite Valley (ca. 1873); view turn-of-the-century stereo images of valley campsites and Mariposa Grove; consider the awe-inspiring photographs of Carleton E. Watkins and...
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Tonight at 5:30pm: Join us for a special conversation and reception celebrating the opening of "Yosemite: Exploring the Incomparable Valley." Exhibition curator Mark D. Mitchell and Yale Peabody Museum director David Skelly discuss the role Yale University played in the early exploration of the awe-inspiring landcsape of the American West. The Yosemite exhibition commemorates the 150th...
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"Kahn-ye" West? It's not every day you read an article about Louis Kahn and Kanye West. In case you don't recognize it, the lead image is the stairwell in the Gallery's 1953 Louis Kahn-designed building. Come see it for yourself. We are open Tue-Fri 10-5; Thurs until 8pm (Sept-June); Sat & Sun 11-5. After a tour of the Gallery's encyclopedic collection, spread across three buildings and 1.5...
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Louis Kahn: Get to Know the Iconic Architect | Highsnobiety

Tomorrow (Friday, September 30) at 1:30pm is the first in a series of three lectures presented in conjunction with the exhibition Art and Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830. Charlotte Carrington-Farmer, Assistant Professor of History at Roger Williams University, visits the Gallery to discuss relations between Native Americans and Rhode Island colonists in the 17th...
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Friendship, Enslavement, and Persistence: Indigenous Relations with the “Wautaconâuog–Coatmen” (Colonists) in Rhode Island, 1636–1776

Art and Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830 is a must-see exhibition! With loans from public and private collections across the country, it is a groundbreaking survey of Rhode Island-made furniture from the colonial and early Federal periods. Visit today! The Gallery is open until 5:00.

Rhode Island gets its due - Current & Coming - The Magazine Antiques