Lyndon House Art Center

Parking: adjacent to building.

Open: Tuesday. 10am-5pm: Wednesday, 10am-9pm; Thursday to Saturday, 10am-5pm,

Sunday, lpm-5pm Closed: Legal Holidays.

Facilities: Auditorium; Building (52,000 square feet); Food Services On Display Cafe (Mon-Fri, 10am-2pm); Galleries (10, of which 4 reserved for permanent

collection); Library (non-circulating); Shop (Tues-Sat, llam-4pm; Sun, lpm-4pm); Study Room; Theater.

Activities: Concerts (classical and contemporary); Education Programs (adults, university students, children and families); Film Series; Gallery Talks (adults

and children); Guided Tours (groups of 5+); Lectures; Permanent Exhibits; Temporary & Traveling Exhibitions (20/year).

Lyndon House Art Center Photo Gallery



Publications: bulletin, “Georgia Museum of Art Bulletin” (annual); exhibition catalogues; gallery guides; newsletter (quarterly).

Hosting a variety of culturally diverse exhibitions, the GMOA draws both from its permanent collection and from other museums and private collections,

representing all periods of art history. The Lamar Dodd Gallery, the Rachel Cosby Conway Gallery, the Alfred Heber Holbrook Gallery and the Samuel H. Kress

Gallery in the C. L. Morehead Jr. Wing feature important American canvases in the permanent collection and Old Master works from the Kress collection.

The George-Ann and Boone Knox Gallery of Prints and Drawings presents rotating exhibitions of works on paper from the GMOAs extensive collection and from

other private and public collections. The Virginia and Alfred Kennedy and Philip Henry Alston, Jr. Galleries feature temporary exhibitions from private and

public collections. The museums permanent collection of over 7,000 objects features 19th- and 20th-century American paintings, American and European prints

and drawings dating from the 16th century to the present, Japanese prints, and

Childe Hassam, Bridge at Old Lyme. 191)8, oil on canvas, 24 x 27 inches. Eva Underhill Holbrook Memorial Collection of American Art, gift of Alfred H.

Holbrook, Georgia Museum of Art. Photograph courtesy of Georgia Museum of Art, Athens, Georgia.

The Samuel H. Kress Study Collection of Italian Renaissance Paintings. The West Foundation Collection is also incorporated into the exhibition of the

permanent collection. The collection is on longterm loan to the museum and consists of British watercolors, 19th-century American paintings, and several

19th-century American Neo-classical sculptures.

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