The Richard J. Reynolds, III and Marie M. Reynolds Library of Reynolda
House contains over 3,650 catalogued titles relating to American
artists, exhibition catalogs, general art history, art theory,
aesthetics, and criticism. Library holdings also include material
on American architecture, photography, music, literature, and history;
reference titles; VHS cassettes and DVDs on American artists and
related topics; compact discs, audiotape cassettes, and phonographic
recordings of music by American composers from the colonial era to the
present; and collection catalogs of other American art museums.
Members of the public who would like
access to the library should request an appointment through the
Education Office. Research must be done during regular weekday
public hours and must take place within the confines of the Reynolds
library. Library materials may be borrowed only by Reynolda House staff
members, interns, docents, or students enrolled in Portals of Discovery courses.
Tuesday through Friday, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
For more information contact: