Saturday, August 13, 2011

Yale University Art Gallery

The Gallery's main building[5] was built in 1953 and was among the very first designed by Louis Kahn, who taught architecture at Yale. A complete renovation, which returned many spaces to Kahn's original vision, was completed in December 2006 by Polshek Partnership Architects.

The Gallery is divided by floor and period.

Lower Level Sculpture Courtyard

2nd Floor Donatello
3rd Floor Monet

1st Floor Picasso
3rd Floor Van Gogh

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