Special-Exhibition Tours, In a New Light: Paintings from the Yale Center for British Art

A painting of a mill in a landscape that is sparsely populated by figures. A river winds from the right foreground to the center middle ground and into the background. The painting style is loose, the brush strokes being particularly visible in the sky.

John Constable, Stratford Mill, 1819–20. Oil on canvas. Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund

More than 50 major works of painting from the collection of the Yale Center for British Art (YCBA) are on view at the Yale University Art Gallery while the YCBA is closed for building conservation. Join undergraduate-student guides from the YCBA to learn more about the exhibition, which spans four centuries of British landscape and portraiture traditions, as well as about the YCBA’s architecture, collection, and history.

No registration required; check in at the Information Desk in the Gallery lobby.