The Robert Lehman Collection Library

The library of the Robert Lehman Collection contains approximately twenty-three thousand books, with an emphasis on the arts of the Italian Renaissance; the history and culture of Siena, Italy; the history of frames; and illuminated manuscripts. The Robert Lehman Collection Library is open to qualified researchers by appointment. All of the library's holdings appear in WATSONLINE, the Museum libraries' online catalog, and most are also accessible to outside researchers through the Thomas J. Watson Library.

Hours: Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Telephone: 212-650-2340 (library); 212-570-3915 (office)
Email: lehman.library@metmuseum.org

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