Permanent Collection

The permanent art collection of the University Art Gallery contains approximately 3,000 objects produced world-wide, from antiquity to the present day, in a wide range of media. Highlights include one of the largest collections in North America of prints by 17th-century French printmaker Jacques Callot, drawings by Antonio Domenico Gabbiani, Anthony Van Dyck, and Paolo Veronese, prints by William Hogarth, Hieronymous Wierix, Sebastian Bourdon, Giovanni Piranesi, Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Hiroshige, and Kuniyoshi, paintings by Gilbert Stuart, Rembrandt Peale, George Hetzel, Gertrude Quastler, Aaron Gorson, Joe Jones, William Gropper, Andrew Wyeth, and the modern Chinese artist, Ch'i Pai Shih, ancient Chinese jade and bronze objects, and Inuit carvings and figurines, and a large neon installation by contemporary artist Gu Wenda.