The Getty preserves, studies, and interprets the world's artistic legacy for the benefit of present and future generations.
The J. Paul Getty Trust is the world's largest cultural and philanthropic organization dedicated to the visual arts. Through ambitious projects in Los Angeles and around the world—including conservation work, publications, exhibitions, grant initiatives, and training programs—we work to make a lasting difference in conservation practice, art historical research, and museology and to promote knowledge and appreciation of art among audiences of all ages.
The Getty's four programs together offer unparalleled resources, commitment, and expertise across research, conservation, education, and digital innovation:
The Getty Conservation Institute advances the practice of art and cultural heritage conservation worldwide.
The Getty Foundation supports the understanding and preservation of the visual arts through strategic grant initiatives around the world.
The J. Paul Getty Museum collects, presents, conserves, and interprets great works of art.
The Getty Research Institute conducts pioneering research in art history and the humanities.
We welcome nearly 1.8 million visitors each year to our two locations, the Getty Center and the Getty Villa.