• Art in Focus: The British Castle—A Symbol in Stone
  • Britain in the World: New Display of the Collections
  • Upcoming Exhibition | A Decade of Gifts and Acquisitions
  • Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery
  • Art in Focus: The British Castle—A Symbol in Stone

    On View
    April 7–August 6, 2017

    Art in Focus:
    The British Castle—A Symbol in Stone

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  • Britain in the World: New Display of the Collections

    On View

    Britain in the World: New Display of the Collections

    Read more
  • Upcoming Exhibition | A Decade of Gifts and Acquisitions

    Upcoming Exhibition
    June 1–August 13, 2017

    A Decade of Gifts and Acquisitions

    Read more
  • Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery

    On View

    Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery

    Read more

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Unknown artist, eighteenth century, Shrewsbury and the River Severn, ca. 1720, oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

CALL FOR PAPERS

Jennifer Lee, hand-built pots in the studio (1993, 1991, 2008), Collection of the artist, London, photograph by Jon Stokes, © Jennifer Lee 2017

SUMMER TEACHER INSTITUTE

Summer Teacher Institute participants drawing in the Entrance Court, Yale Center for British Art, photograph by Jaime Ursic

SEARCH THE COLLECTION

Jacques-Laurent Agasse, Studies of Summer Flowers, ca. 1848, oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

PUBLICATIONS

Johan Joseph Zoffany, Queen Charlotte (detail), 1771, oil on canvas, Royal Collection Trust, UK, © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2017

FEATURED STORIES

 Sir George Gilbert Scott and Francis Skidmore, Hereford Screen (detail), 1862, painted wrought and cast iron, brass, copper, timber, mosaics, and hardstones, Collection of the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, photograph courtesy of Justin Underhill

EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Visitors in the fourth-floor galleries, Yale Center for British Art, photograph by Harold Shapiro

LONG GALLERY

Long Gallery, fourth floor, Yale Center for British Art, photograph by Richard Caspole

MUSEUM SHOP

Elizabeth I bone china mug, artwork by James Barker, photograph courtesy of Historic Royal Palaces, London