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In 1966, American collector and philanthropist Paul Mellon presented to Yale University a collection of British paintings, drawings, sculpture, prints and rare books, thus founding the Yale Center for British Art. This is an expanded catalogue for an exhibition touring Australia in 1998.
Patrick McCaughey is director of the Yale Center for British Art. Malcolm Warner and Julia Marciari Alexander are curators in the department of paintings and sculpture at the Yale Center for British Art.