Saint Mary's College has a collection of more than 4400 art objects.
- 180 paintings by William Keith (1838-1911), California's foremost landscape painter at the end of the 19th century
- 150 other American paintings, primarily by late 19th-early 20th century California artists, including Albert Bierstadt, Norton Bush, William Coulter, Armin Hansen, Helen Hyde, George Inness, Elizabeth Emerson Keith, Maurice Logan, and J. Francis Murphy
- 21 drawings and watercolors by Morris Graves
- 32 etchings by California printmaker Roi Partridge
- 20 drawings and prints and 1 oil painting by California artist Frank Van Sloun
- 12 Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque wooden sculptures
- 100 prints and drawings related to Don Quixote (a text studied by all Saint Mary's students in Collegiate Seminar)
- 50 prints and other objects relating to wine and winemaking
- 577 photographs of California landscapes by Stanley Truman
- 400 African, Oceanic, Asian, and Native-American ethnographic objects
- Large scale color prints by Gregory Kondos, Frank Lobdell, Manuel Neri, Nathan Oliveira and Wayne Thiebaud
- More than 40 paintings by Bay Area artist Michael Welcome
- European prints and paintings highlighted by a large-scale Emile Bernard painting and recently discovered early Giambatista Tiepolo inkand wash drawing
In the last three years, we have had more than 100 ethnographic objects donated to the College Collection. We have also acquired seven Keith paintings, and works by Toulouse Lautrec, William Saroyan, Ray Beldner, Sandow Birk, Lovis Corinth, Aristide Maillol, and Carlos Villa.
Our most recent donation, from the Andy Warhol Foundation, is a very exciting one: 152 Andy Warhol photographs.