The Getty works to make a lasting difference in art historical research, conservation and museum practice, and to promote knowledge and appreciation of art.
A few key facts about the Getty
The Getty Conservation Institute advances the practice of cultural heritage conservation worldwide. The Getty Foundation supports the understanding and preservation of the visual arts through strategic grant initiatives around the world. The J. Paul Getty Museum collects, presents, conserves, and interprets great works of art. The Getty Research Institute conducts pioneering research in art history and the humanities. Getty Publications produces award-winning books in the fields of art history, architecture, photography, archaeology, conservation, and the humanities. The Getty Center houses the Conservation Institute, Research Institute, Foundation, and the Museum’s collections of European paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, drawings and manuscripts from the middle ages to the early 20th century, and photographs. The Getty Villa is dedicated to the arts and culture of ancient Greece, Rome, and Etruria.