The catalogue contains over 2,350 full-colour images in 360 pages. The dimensions are 29.5 x 23.5 cm and the catalogues typically weigh between 1.8–2.8 kg.
East Riding of Yorkshire contains over 2,350 paintings located in a wide range of collections from the dramatic stately homes of Burton Constable and Sewerby to the remarkable holdings of both Hull City and East Riding Council. A wealth of collections are reproduced including the distinctive Hull University ‘art in Britain from 1890 to 1940’ Collection, the sixteenth-century Dutch Masters at the internationally recognised Ferens Art Gallery, as well as the unique Waterways Museum in Goole. Unique paintings by contemporary artists in the HAFNEY Trust which not only covers Bridlington, but also the North Yorkshire hospitals of Scarborough, Malton and Whitby are also included.
Beverley Art Gallery; Bridlington Harbour Heritage Museum; Bridlington Library; Burton Constable Hall; Ferens Art Gallery; Goole Magistrates' Court; Goole Museum; Hands on History Museum; Hornsea Museum; Hospital Arts for North East Yorkshire; Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust; Hull Guildhall; Hull Maritime Museum; Hull Museums Unaccessioned Paintings; Hull School of Art and Design; Sewerby Hall Museum and Art Gallery; Streetlife Museum; The Old Schoolhouse; University of Hull Art Collection; Wilberforce House Museum; Withernsea Lighthouse Museum; Withernsea: Pavillion Leisure Centre; Yorkshire Waterways Museum