The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art can serve not only as a museum of images but also a valuable resource of information about artists. Therefore, this section of the website contains interesting and pertinent links to LGBTQ artists websites as well as connections to organizations and places where one can view and learn about the history of our art. Also included is a valuable teaching tool called MILESTONES which is a timetable of the history of art from the gay perspective. Please explore the following sections and let us know what you think.
View over 1,000 searchable images from the Leslie+Lohman Museum's permanent collection on-line. See INTRO page to the online database.
This section is a collection of web links to organizations, galleries, museums, websites, etc., that will help fill in the blanks, as it were, of the LGBTQ experience. If you would like your organization added to this page please contact us
These links are direct links to artists websites. Leslie+Lohman's policy is to not knowingly link to pornographic sites or sites that require Adult Check or special ID's or are password protected. Leslie-Lohman believes that LGBTQ art should be free and open to the public and as such not ashamed to show the full potential of the human figure in all its aspects, be it erotic, historic, political, romantic or social imagery. If we cannot see it we cannot realize our full potential. If you would like your website added to this page please contact us.
Finally, this section is a timeline and record of the history and influence of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer artists upon the world at large. It is a simple yet powerful list testifying to our existence. A few literary figures, composers, dancers and events are interspersed for continuity but this is mainly a list of visual artists. If you know of artists who should be added to this list please contact us.