The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art (LLM) houses a permanent collection of over 6000 works ranging from painting and drawing to photography, sculpture and prints.
The core group of works were collected by the founders, J. Frederic Lohman, ASID, and Charles W. Leslie. Their passion led first to the Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation in 1990, and finally to their dream, in 2011, of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art.
From this page you can jump to the search page and explore the collection in two ways
1) find art, essays and articles on the website itself via a Google search and 2) search the ONLINE database of over 1200 images.
ENJOY! Look and discover Leslie-Lohman in depth.
View highlights of the collection in the categories of drawing, painting, sculpture, prints, photography and antique. You can also view recent acquisitions and a special section on lesbian art plus a unique collection called PORK ART.
View featured artists that have a special relationship with LLM as well as two awards given by the museum to deserving artists.
See and purchase our books including essays for current shows.
Read The ARCHIVE, our official quarterly journal of the gay arts.