Founded in 1832, the Gallery occupied a small building of Yale old campus. Now,180 years later, it covers a block and a half of Chapel Street! .After ten years of $135 million renovation, the Gallery is a much better place for more than 4,000 art works stretched across three buildings: Street Hall, the Old Art Gallery and the 1953 new addition.. Besides on the top of the Old Art gallery there is a rooftop sculpture terrace with works of A.Maillol and H.Moore. The expansion of the gallery gave more space to Indo-Pacific art, early Italian art, American sculpture and paintings, modern and contemporary art, African art, Asian art, photographs, prints and drawings, coins and medals..If you enjoy art and want to know more about it, visit Yale Art gallery. It's free and open to the public every day except on Mon. ..
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