For years they've been stored away, but on Thursday they were finally released to the public, to be seen for the first time in years.
Binghamton University's Art Museum unveiled a new exhibition which consisted of works from the 15th through the late 20th century.
Visitors had a chance to view works from artists such as Albrecht Durer, Salvador Dali and many others. Directors say they are thrilled to see these works finally released to the public.
"I always favor the old makers and I'm delighted to view a number of very well known artists like Durer's, three represented pieces. So this is such a delight for me," said Diane Butler, Director of the BU Art Museum.
The exhibit will also be holding events on the second and third Fridays in February. Art historians will be present and will teach visitors the proper way to look at art. the event will be noon to one and is free to the public.
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