The Old College Gallery is housed in Old College, a National Historic Register building constructed in 1834, on the north campus of the University of Delaware in Newark. Following renovation, Old College Gallery reopened in fall 2010 at the home for the University of Delaware art collection.
Highlights include significant works by Brandywine School artists Howard Pyle, Stanley Arthurs, Frank Schoonover, and N.C. Wyeth; Pre-Columbian and Southwest Native American ceramics; American sculpture and painting of the 20th century and a select collection of Russian icons from the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Old College Gallery features changing exhibitions, focusing on works from the Permanent Collection as well as loan exhibitions. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include: COLOR/form; Old Master Prints and Drawings; Pictures of Place: Experience, Mood, and Memory; and Land and Water.