• Storytelling Program | Myths and Folktales from Great Britain: Dragons, Kings, and Standing Stones
  • On View | George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field
  • Art in Context | The Future of Prisons and the Problem of Mass Incarceration
  • On View | Captive Bodies: British Prisons, 1750–1900
  • Paul Mellon Lecture | Ruskin and the Idea of the Museum
  • On View | An Indelible Mark: British Art of the First World War
  • Britain in the World: A Display of the Collections
  • Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery
  • Storytelling Program | Myths and Folktales from Great Britain: Dragons, Kings, and Standing Stones

    Storytelling Program
    Sunday, October 21, 3–4 pm

    Myths and Folktales from Great Britain:
    Dragons, Kings, and Standing Stones

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  • On View | George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field

    On View
    October 4–December 30, 2018

    George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field

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  • Art in Context | The Future of Prisons and the Problem of Mass Incarceration

    Art in Context
    Tuesday, October 23, 12:30 pm

    The Future of Prisons and the Problem of Mass Incarceration

    Trattie Davies, architect and critic, Yale School of Architecture

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  • On View | Captive Bodies: British Prisons, 1750–1900

    On View
    August 28–November 25, 2018

    Captive Bodies: British Prisons, 1750–1900

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  • Paul Mellon Lecture | Ruskin and the Idea of the Museum

    Paul Mellon Lecture
    Wednesday, October 24, 5:30 pm

    Ruskin and the Idea of the Museum

    Tristram Hunt, Director, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

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  • On View | An Indelible Mark: British Art of the First World War

    On View
    August 17–November 25, 2018

    An Indelible Mark: British Art of the First World War

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  • Britain in the World: A Display of the Collections

    On View

    Britain in the World:
    A Display of the Collections

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  • Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery

    On View

    Explore the newly reconfigured Long Gallery

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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Studio of Sir Jeffry Wyatville, A Design for a Prison—Aerial Perspective (detail), ca. 1830s, graphite, pen and black ink and watercolor on paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

OPENING CONVERSATION

George Shaw, Mum’s (detail), 2018, Humbrol enamel on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Friends of British Art Fund, courtesy of the artist and the Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, © George Shaw 2018

YALE IN LONDON

Summer 2018 | Yale in London students at the Anthony Gormley exhibition at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK

SEARCH THE COLLECTION

William Frederick Witherington, Mid-Day Rest, Harvest, ca. 1840, oil on board, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

PUBLICATIONS

 A Corner of a Foreign Field

FEATURED STORIES

Portraits in four layers, Conservation Lab, Yale Center for British Art, photograph by April Swieconek

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

 7.00am (detail), 2004–5, Humbrol enamel on board, Private Collection, courtesy of the artist and the Anthony Wilkinson Gallery, London, © George Shaw 2018

LONG GALLERY

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

MUSEUM SHOP

Travertine bracelet by Pico Design, The Moth and Butterfly jewelry collection, photograph by Peter Italiano Photography