Portraits which highlight the broad diversity of the Princeton community continue to be added to the University's collections.

A sample of recently acquired portraits are featured below. 

Portrait Painting of Bill Bradley
Judge Denny Chin
Carl A. Fields Portrait
Portrait Painting of Elaine Fuchs
Sir Arthur Lewis
Toni Morrison Princeton Portrait
Dr. Robert J. Rivers
Portrait Painting of Ruth Simmons
Image of portrait of Alan Turing
A portrait of José Ferrer

The Work of Several Lifetimes

Visual artist Mario Moore sought to shine a light on the African American men and women who work in blue collar jobs at Princeton.

“The Work of Several Lifetimes,” was an exhibition of new work created by Moore depicting black men and women who work at or around Princeton’s campus. Moore was a 2018-19 Hodder Fellow in the Lewis Center for the Arts.  In 2019, the University purchased the following portraits of long serving Princeton employees.

Image of portrait titled "Black and Blur"
Image of Michael Moore, Security Guard, holding an interior door open inside the Princeton Art Museum
Picturing Protest
Image of painted portrait of three Princeton Dining Services staff