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"Upper Yosemite Fall" (1892) by William Henry Jackson.

‘Respectful Investigations’ Student-Curated Show Now on Display in Drexel’s Rincliffe Gallery

The Drexel Collection’s newest exhibit, ‘Respectful Investigations,’ was designed by art history major Nat Fry ’18 as part of his senior thesis.
"Japanese dolls" by Tokujiro Nishi.

The Drexel Collection’s Newest Exhibit Paints a Picture of a Japanese Artist

The work of Tokujiro Nishi, a Japanese artist who blended Eastern and Western painting styles, will be exhibited by The Drexel Collection for the second time.
Jason Varney in San Francisco. Photo credit: Matt Zugale.

Alumnus Jason Varney to Exhibit Food, Lifestyle and Travel Photography on Campus

For the first of a series of shows featuring work from alumni, local photographer Jason Varney ’01 will hold his first-ever exhibit to show his food photography, portraits and scenic images.
Tim Gorichanaz and Lynn Clouser at Stories of Self-Portraits opening event.

New Rincliffe Gallery Exhibition Demonstrates the Artistic Process

Drexel doctoral student curated an exhibit as part of his thesis, and to showcase the information that can be derived from art.
Lynn Clouser, director of The Drexel Collection, speaking at an event in the A.J. Drexel Picture Gallery for Veteran's Day.

Employee Spotlight: Lynn Clouser, Director of The Drexel Collection and Advocate for the University's Art Collection

In her short career, Lynn Clouser, director of The Drexel Collection, has pivoted from artist to curator to educator.
Porcelain covered cup and saucer from the Meissen Porcelain Factory, c. 1815, Germany. Photo courtesy The Drexel Collection.

The Drinking Vessels of The Drexel Collection

The newest show in the Rincliffe Gallery is a student-curated exhibition dedicated to showing off drinking vessels in The Drexel Collection.
Hat, Olivia Turner, c. 1955, USA. Gift of Mr. Frank Stephens. Photo courtesy The Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection.

Hidden Treasures: Drexel’s Mysterious Olivia Turner Hats

Two local teenagers researched the identity of a hat designer during an internship this past summer with three of Drexel’s collections on fashion, art and medical history.

"After the Wedding" by Julius L. Stewart was painted in 1880 and donated to Drexel University by the founder after his death. It supposedly features members of the Drexel family at a wedding between the founder's daughter and the artist's brother. Photo courtesy The Drexel Collection.

Hidden Treasures: The Drexel Family in The Drexel Collection

Drexel University founder Anthony J. Drexel’s likeness is depicted through art on campus — as well as the likeness of his family members.
"Portrait of Anthony J. Drexel" (1860) by Josef Bergenthal, as it was hung in Anthony J. Drexel's house in 1893 (L) and in the President's Office in Main Building in 2017 (R).

Founder Anthony J. Drexel's Art on Campus — and at Home

Much of the art found on campus today used to hang in founder Anthony J. Drexel’s home, as he bequeathed much of his personal art collection to the Drexel Institute of Art, Science and Industry upon his death.
"Earl Dotter in Low Coal WVA 1976 & Ground Zero NYC 2001," courtesy Earl Dotter.

The Drexel Collection Hosts Two Photography Exhibits Examining the Consequences of Hazardous Work

The Drexel Collection’s summer exhibit will showcase the legacy of photographer Earl Dotter’s 50 years of experience photographing workers, particularly those working in dangerous fields with hazardous materials like asbestos.
A photograph of the Anthony J. Drexel Picture Gallery after it opened in the early 1900s.

The Drexel Collection to Host Retrospective Lecture

The Drexel Collection will host a special lecture reflecting on the history of the Anthony J. Drexel Picture Gallery and its connection to its namesake.
The Drexel Collection.

The Drexel Collection Showcases Its ‘Practical & Cultural’ Uses

Throughout Drexel’s 125 years, the institution’s art collections have been used to supplement classes in various programs. A new exhibit from The Drexel Collection shows how and why the practice has been continued through today.