Indiana State University’s Permanent Art Collection and Study Collection include a total of 3,600 paintings, sculptures, ceramics, drawings, prints, and photographs. The Study Collection consists of 600 works, primarily prints, by ISU undergraduate and graduate art majors.
Two hundred and forty paintings, prints, posters, and small sculptures dating from 1935 to 1941. Includes paintings by Julio de Diego, Paul Kelpe, George Marinko, and Joseph Stella; and prints by Ida Abelman, Jolan Bettelheim, Samuel Joseph Brown, Peter Busa, Stuart Davis, Mabel Dwight, Don Freeman, Michael Gallagher, Sargent Claude Johnson, Max Kahn, Wilmer Jennings, Helen Lundeberg, Hugh Mesibov, Isaac Soyer, Harry Sternberg, Raymond Steth, Dox Thrash, and Joseph Vogel.
Includes one hundred and fifty Polaroids and two screenprints by Andy Warhol; a portfolio of thirteen screenprints by Robert Indiana; Claes Oldenburg’s London Knees portfolio (prints and sculpture); prints by Roy Lichtenstein, Richard Lindner, Jim Dine, Eduardo Paolozzi, James Rosenquist, Larry Rivers, and Robert Rauschenberg; and two paintings by Ed Paschke.
Richard Anuszkiewicz’s Inward Eye portfolio of eight serigraphs and poetry/prose by William Blake; and screenprints by Josef Albers (Op Art influence), Bridget Riley, and Victor Vasarely.
Includes works by Garo Antreasian, Rudy Autio, Leonard Baskin, Christo, Sue Coe, Ruth Duckworth, Tony Fitzpatrick, Richard Hunt, Ida Kohlmeyer, Jeff Koons, Joseph Kosuth, Jacob Lawrence, Nathan Lerner, Robert Longo, Andrew Moore, Bruce Nauman, Philip Pearlstein, Gabor Peterdi, Richard Prince, Ernest Tino Trova, and William Wiley.
Prints by Bernard Buffet, Marc Chagall, Salvador Dali, Albrecht Dürer, Max Ernst, Fernand Léger, Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes, Jean Luçrat, René Magritte, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, and Georges Rouault.
Thirty large outdoor sculptures and four indoor sculptures and installations by artists such as John Van Alstine, Chakaia Booker, Michael Dunbar, Howard Kalish, Doug Kornfeld, Franz and Marja de Boer Lichtveld, Thomas Torrens, and Tim Upham. Visit our public sculpture page for a virtual tour.