For more than 80 years, the Guild Hall holdings have grown, from its acquisition of Howard Russell Butler’s Portrait of Thomas Moran, to include 2,100 works of art.
The collection focuses on artists who have lived and worked in the East End of long Island, including some of the country’s most celebrated painters, sculptors, photographers and graphic artists. Today, the holdings of 19th-, 20th- and 21st-century art include paintings, sculpture, prints, watercolors, photographs and drawings by internationally distinguished artists such as Pollock, Krasner, deKooning, and Lichtenstein,
The Guild Hall Museum features year-round schedule of temporary art exhibitions of internationally-known visual artists and emerging regional artists.
Works inspired by pre-Columbian gold, Spanish conquest, and the legend of El Dorado
9 foot land art made of steel, acrylic, and expanded metal
10+ paintings by this camoufleur, one of the first artists to use acrylic paint
30 works by the famously reclusive artist classified as Mail Art