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- Art museums 13
- Art, British 8
- Museums -- Management 6
- Art -- Collectors and collecting 4
- Art museum curators -- United States 4
- Art museum directors 3
- Art museums -- United States 3
- Museums and community 3
- Architecture, Modern -- 20th Century 2
- Education -- Research 2
- Museums -- Public relations 2
- Architectural photography 1
- Architecture -- Conservation and restoration 1
- Art -- Collectors and collecting -- United States 1
- Art -- Exhibitions 1
- Art -- Reproduction 1
- Art museums -- Public relations 1
- Building -- Planning 1
- Memorial service 1
- Museums and the Internet 1 ∧ less
- Yale Center for British Art 16
- Mellon, Paul 5
- Kahn, Louis I., 1901-1974 3
- Yale Center for British Art. Reference Library and Archives 2
- Brewster, Kingman, Jr., 1919-1988 1
- Brown, Jack 1
- Clare College (University of Cambridge) 1
- Clement, Constance 1
- Fitzwilliam Museum 1
- Mellon, Andrew W. (Andrew William), 1855-1937 1
- Meyers, Amy R. W., 1956- 1
- National Gallery of Art (U.S.) 1
- National Geographic Society (U.S.) 1
- Robinson, Duncan 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Advancement and External Affairs Department 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Collections Information and Access Department 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Communications and Marketing Department 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Conservation Department 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Education Department 1
- Yale Center for British Art. Exhibitions and Publications Department 1 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored onsite and offsite 9
- Stored onsite 6
- Stored offsite 4
This collection consists of audio and video material about the Yale Center for British Art that has been created by other entities. Highlights of the collection include media about the opening of the Center, documentaries from television and public radio related to the Center and its exhibitions, and the film “Something to Brighten up the Morning” about Paul Mellon's horse Mill Reef.
Collection material mostly pertains the life of Paul Mellon and his relationship with Duncan Robinson, with an emphasis on Mellon's personal interests in horse racing and sporting art.
This collection consists of a special edition reprint of National Geographic magazine from March 1967 with the headline “The National Gallery after a Quarter Century by John Walker, Director, National Gallery of Art.” It is 38 pages in length and includes color photographs. Paul Mellon and the Mellon family feature prominently within the magazine’s articles.
This collection consists of the Advancement and External Affairs department records from 1966 to 2015. A major component is related to exhibitions held at the Center; this includes flyer designs, invitations, videos, brochures, press clippings, bookmarks, rack cards, visitor reports, and photographs. There are also records related to Friends of British Art. Public relations documentation accounts for much of the collection.
This collection contains collection condition surveys that have been entered into TMS.
This collection consists of administrative files, promotional materials, press releases, and records of Yale Center for British Art exhibitions. This collection also contains media, mostly videos and photographs, created by the Communications Department from 1995 to the present.
The Conservation department records include general administrative records, such as information for annual reports, priority surveys, surveys of the permanent collection, and documentation of exhibitions and incoming and outgoing loans. Additonally, there are materials used for conservation research, which include samples of carpet and foam.
This collection consists of Education department records from 1975-2018. There are general administrative records, records that relate to tours held at the Yale Center for British Art, and records that pertain to specific education programs created and run by the Center. There are planning materials, correspondence, and docent records, which include training materials and documentation of docent events.
The Exhibitions and Publications department records consist of general administrative records, correspondence within the Center and with other institutions, publication proofs and records, and documentation of exhibitions held both at the Center and at other institutions to which the Center contributed objects.
The Operations department records consist of administrative documents, correspondence, drawings, and material samples. The bulk of the collection relates to the original construction and furnishing and subsequent renovation and refurbishment projects at the Yale Center for British Art.
The Paintings and Sculpture department records consist of curatorial records dating from 1977 to 2013.
The Prints and Drawings department records document the department's curatorial activities from 1975 to 2018. The collection includes administrative documents, correspondence, acquisition records, exhibition records, and documentation of curators' scholarship and research.
The Rare Books and Manuscripts department records comprise general administrative records, correspondence, and exhibition records. Additionally, there are rare book dealer files that document the acquisition of books by the department.
This collection consists of Reference Library and Archives department administrative records, documentation of the Reference Library's book collection, and documents pertaining to the development of its Photograph Archive.
This collection consists of loan files, special exhibition files, accession files, and black and white photographic prints and their accompanying negatives. The photographs depict objects from Paul Mellon’s bequest.
The Research department records consist of administrative records, correspondence, and newsletters. The collection contains many records related to programs, fellowships, and internships headed by the department, such as Yale in London, the Visiting Fellows program, and the Bartels Internship program. Other documents pertain to the concerts, lectures, and film screenings organized by the department.