The Huntington Art Collections
The Huntington Art Collections focus on two distinct areas—European art from the 15th to the early 20th century, and American art from the late 17th to the mid-20th century. Most of the collections are on view, collections not on view may be explored online. More
See American art in the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art, and European art in the Huntington Art Gallery, the original Huntington residence. Find smaller, focused exhibitions in the Works on Paper Room in the Huntington Art Gallery and in the Susan and Stephen Chandler Wing of the Scott Galleries. The MaryLou and George Boone Gallery features temporary exhibitions. Highlights
The collections reside in two buildings on the Huntington estate, The Huntington Art Gallery, a Beaux-Arts mansion, and one of the great Gilded Age residences of America, and the neoclassical Virginia Steele Scott Galleries of American Art, with a modern classical wing, the Lois and Robert F. Erburu Gallery, designed by Frederick Fisher. Temporary exhibitions are displayed in the MaryLou and George Boone Gallery, an exquisite exhibition venue which originally served as Henry E. Huntington's garage.
The Art Collections digital catalog provides information on thousands of paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, and other works of art in The Huntington's collections. The catalog currently represents approximately one-third of The Huntington's art holdings, with new content added regularly. Not all objects found in the catalog are on view at The Huntington. For reproduction or publication permission of works found in the online catalog, see Rights and Reproductions.
Attend curator tours, art lectures, classes, workshops, and more! See the calendar for upcoming programs.