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The di Rosa Collection

di Rosa Galleries & Grounds
Mark di Suvero, For Veronica, 1987. di Rosa collection, Napa. (Photo: Israel Valencia)

Mark di Suvero, For Veronica, 1987. di Rosa collection, Napa. (Photo: Israel Valencia)

Originally assembled by the late Rene and Veronica di Rosa, the di Rosa collection is believed to be the largest and possibly most significant holding of contemporary Bay Area art in the world, representing both early and recent works by artists who worked in styles such as abstract expressionism, Bay Area figurative art, and conceptualism.

On view in the Main Gallery, the Historic Residence, Sculpture Park, and throughout the grounds, the collection includes significant works by Mark di Suvero, Robert Arneson, Roy De Forest, Enrique Chagoya, Manuel Neri, Joan Brown, William T. Wiley, Robert Hudson, Richard Shaw, Bruce Nauman, Deborah Butterfield, John Buck, David Best, Larry Sultan, Raymond Saunders, Bruce Conner, Alan Rath, Nathan Oliveira, Mildred Howard, Paul Kos, Viola Frey, Stephen De Staebler, and many others.