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Gorgeous facade detail rendered in stone caught out attention to begin with. It provides a lovely introduction to the gallery contents.
It was interesting to learn that the gallery was founded with a bequest from Welton Stanford, the younger brother of Leland, the university's founder....More
This is a nice building on the outside, befitting a university of Stanford's caliber. However, it is currently closed. There are no signs indicating when it will reopen, and the website indicates no future exhibits are yet scheduled.
Wonderfully intimate space, a welcome time out from the bustle of the campus life. I walked in to witness a visitor dancing in the light, observing the effect of her movements on the art piece displayed above. On exhibit, works by a Stanford art professor...More