The Yale University Art Gallery is pleased to participate in the Yale “Open Access” policy announced on May 10, 2011. In support of the Yale policy, the Gallery hopes that students, scholars, artists, and anyone interested in the collection will freely use our resources for presentations and publications as well as for personal enjoyment. Free digital images are available upon request and provided via electronic file transfer.
The preservation, transmission, and advancement of knowledge in the digital age are promoted by the creative use and reuse of digitized content for research, teaching, learning, and creative activities. The goal of digitization is to enhance access to the collections in Yale University museums, archives, and libraries for students, faculty, and the world. It is the University’s goal to make digital copies of unrestricted cultural-heritage collections available for use without limitations. The University will not restrict use of items digitized from its museums, libraries, and archives collections, which have been made openly available through the University’s electronic interfaces, and which are no longer under copyright, except where other rights or restrictions apply.
All requests for photography must be submitted using the form below.
If you have any questions, please contact us directly at:
Rights and Reproductions Department
Yale University Art Gallery
P.O. Box 208271
New Haven, CT 06520
The Rights and Reproductions Department does not give permission to reproduce any photography previously acquired for any reason whatsoever. Permission to reproduce photography is granted at the same time that signed contracts are returned to the Gallery.
Selected digital images of objects in the Gallery's collection are also available from the following third-party licensing companies for commercial requests.
In North America please contact:
In Europe please contact:
In Asia please contact:
DNP Art Communications Co., Ltd.
Inquire online: https://search.dnparchives.com/SSL/form/e/inquiry.cgi
Revised: May 2011