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LUTHER W. BRADY ART GALLERY

The George Washington University

 

Welcome to the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, located in the historic Corcoran Flagg Building and home of the George Washington University collection of over 3,800 paintings, photographs, prints, and sculpture.

 

  Learn About the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery

 

 

 

Group of watercolor paintings of Italy on wall of Brady Art Gallery

 

 

EXHIBITIONS & PROGRAMS

 

We achieve our mission to collect, exhibit, and preserve the GW Collection and the history of the university through those works through exhibitions utilizing the collection and exhibiting works related to the collection.

 

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions    Upcoming Programs and Events

 

 


 

painting of a horse

 

 

OUR COLLECTIONS

The George Washington University’s art collection includes over 3,800 paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, ceramics, historical furnishings and photographs. Preview more than 1,800 works from this collection maintained by GW’s Luther W. Brady Art Gallery.

 

View the Collections

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VISIT

Corcoran Flagg Building
500 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006

202-994-1525
[email protected]

Open to the GW community (students, faculty and staff) Wednesday - Friday, 1:00-5:00 pm

  
Or, to make an appointment to see the exhibition, please email lutherbradyart @ gmail

 


 

Woman wearing nitrile gloves reaches into a drawer of a flat file to pull out artwork in one of the galleries of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery

 

 

OUR PEOPLE

Our strength is in our people.  The students, faculty, staff, and alumni of the George Washington University are all part of our family of supporters.  From our supporters, the Friends of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery, to our student interns, who have gone on to careers in the arts and beyond, there are many ways to become a part of the gallery.
 

 

Support Our Gallery    Get Involved

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“The continuing evolution of the [Luther W. Brady Art] Gallery in making a very strong statement and a window to Washington not only to the students of George Washington University but also to the public in Washington in general”

- Luther W. Brady, M.D.