Associated withthe College of William and Mary, the collection holds more than five thousand works of art encompassing a diverse group of objects from antiquity to the present, Eastern and Western art, and examples of almost every material and medium.
Noteworthy are Colonial American and English 17th- and 18th- century portraits; original prints and drawings from the 15th- through 21st-centuries representing both American and European artists;as well as a selection of Japanese prints; German Expressionist works by Hans Grohs; and a collection of American modern works in oils, drawings, watercolors, and sculpture.
A rare gathering of masterworks on view together for the first time in twenty years
Over 150 works protest the gender imbalance in galleries and museums worldwide
Works by more than thirty prominent women artists from 1660 to 2017