Permanent Collection

The University Library is home to many gifts of art, including an original Rembrandt etching donated to the University of South Alabama by the Class of 1963. Other gifts of art include several graphic arts works by Josef Hascek and 10 engravings by Nikolai Polyushenko.

Works have also been donated by local and regional artists, including Linda Hall Tenhunfeld, Konstantyn Sylin, Susan Hales, Josh Ashley, Michael Gillies, Michael Mastro, Martin Battilana, Russell Goodloe, among others. Dr. John Strange has donated hundreds of works from his personal collection to the university and to the University Library. These and other works are located throughout the facility.

Artists, collectors, or others who wish to donate works of art to the University Library should contact Dr. Richard Wood, Dean of University Libraries (251.460.7021).

The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds
by Rembrandt van Rijn

 

  • Mark Twain by Patti Treadaway Walls
  • Green Nocture Michael Gillies
  • Dawn to Dusk JoAnn Cox
  • Audubon Lagoon, Dauphin Island, Alabama  Mary Elizabeth Rodning
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  • Politics of Fear by Battilana
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  • Lost Souls by Linda Hall
  • Nikolia Polyushenko
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  • Ashley with Dancing Can-Can Girl

 

Picturing America

Picturing America brings masterpieces of American art into classrooms and libraries nationwide. The nation’s artistic heritage–our paintings, sculpture, architecture, fine crafts, and photography–offers unique insights into the character, ideals and aspirations of our country. Picturing America, a far-reaching new program from the National Endowment for the Humanities in cooperation with the American Library Association, brings this vital heritage to all Americans.

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