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The Yale University Art Gallery lies approximately an hour-and-a-half outside of New York City. The Gallery features a wide range of ancient artifacts, sculptures, and paintings, including some of the most famous works of American painter John Trumbull. Admission is free.
Some select photos from a recent visit to the Gallery are below. Photos #4 and #5 were from the Leonardo: Discoveries from Verrocchio’s Studio exhibition. Photo #6 is from the Manuel Neri: The Human Figure in Plaster and on Paper exhibition.
Yale University Art Gallery (New Haven, Connecticut)
Lion relief from the processional way (Babylonian, ca.605-562 B.C.)
Mosaic fragments with Dionysiac procession and muses (Roman, Jordanian, Gerasa, late 2nd – early 3rd century A.D.)
The Triumph of Aemilius Paulus, ca.1472-1473 (Leonardo da Vinci and collaborator)
Detail of The Adoration of the Christ Child with Saint Francis of Assisi Receiving the Stigmata, Tobias and the Angel, Saint John the Baptist in the Wilderness, and the Penitent Saint Jerome, ca.1465-1470 (Andrea del Verrocchio with Biagio d’Antonio)
The Human Figure in Plaster and on Paper (Manuel Neri)
Seated Woman, 1936 (Pablo Picasso)
The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776, painted 1786-1820 (John Trumbull)