Our Collection

The Ipswich Art Gallery Collection is preserved in perpetuity for the purpose of recording and documenting the cultural and social heritage of Ipswich and for the enjoyment of current and future generations.

George Lambert

Mrs Will Dyson (Ruby Lind) 1916 | Oil on canvas, 86 x 70.5 cm.
Ipswich Art Gallery Collection. Acquired through the Ipswich Art Gallery Foundation in recognition of the significant contribution of His Honour Judge Sandy Horneman-Wren SC.

George Lambert

Mrs Will Dyson (Ruby Lind) 1916 | Oil on canvas, 86 x 70.5 cm.
Ipswich Art Gallery Collection. Acquired through the Ipswich Art Gallery Foundation in recognition of the significant contribution of His Honour Judge Sandy Horneman-Wren SC.

Explore our Collection

From humble ephemera to significant artworks by internationally-renowned artists, the Ipswich Art Gallery Collection helps preserve the City's cultural legacy.

Main Hall

On ground level, Heritage Cabinets in the Main Hall showcase culturally significant local works ranging from the city’s early history to the modern day. The Collection brings together artworks and objects which demonstrate meaningful social and cultural interactions between the artist, their environment and their cultural background as well as historical and significant objects relating to Ipswich heritage.