“On the Basis of Art” YUAG Exhibition Honors 150 Years of Yale Women Artists

The first women to study at Yale weren’t the undergraduates who turned up in the fall of 1969. They arrived a full century earlier as graduate students in the Yale School of Art when it opened in 1869. The Yale University Art Gallery’s exhibition On the Basis of Art: 150 Years of Women at Yale, on view through January 9, exhibits the work of 20 of these women, plus nearly 60 more women artists who graduated from Yale after the undergraduate college went co-ed.

Read More about the On the Basis of Art exhibition at this Daily Nutmeg article.