Initiated in 1974 with Roy R. Neuberger's donation of 108 works of art, the permanent collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art
has grown to over 6000 works of uncompromised quality and variety. Featuring prestigious examples of modern, contemporary and African
art, holdings include the Roy R. Neuberger Collection of American Art, the Aimee W. Hirshberg and Lawrence Gussman Collections of
African Art, the Hans Richter bequest of Dada and Surrealist objects, the George and Edith Rickey Collection of Constructivist art,
and American, Mexican and European master works from the collection of the late Dina and Alexander Racolin. The Neuberger Museum of
Art continues to collect and exhibit its permanent collection, enacting Mr. Neuberger's commitment to supporting the work of
contemporary artists who examine and expand the ideas of our day.
Drawings or Works on Paper