York Art Gallery

York Art Gallery is a public art gallery in York, England, with a collection of paintings from 14th-century to contemporary, prints, watercolours, drawings, and ceramics. It closed for major redevelopment in 2013, reopening in summer of 2015. The building is a Grade II listed building[2] and is managed by York Museums Trust.

York Art Gallery
York Art Gallery and statue of William Etty
Established1882 (1882)
LocationYork, England
Coordinates53°57′47″N 01°05′11″W
TypeArt museum
AccreditationArts Council England Accredited Museum
Key holdingsBritish Studio Pottery, Views of York, William Etty
CollectionsWestern European paintings, British paintings, prints, watercolours, drawings, ceramics
Visitors81,402 (2018–2019)[1]
DirectorReyahn King
CuratorDr Beatrice Bertram
ArchitectEdward Taylor
OwnerYork Museums Trust
Websiteyorkartgallery.org.uk

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