The Brant Foundation Art Study Center is 9,800- square-foot gallery and nonprofit study center located on the edge of a field in a converted stone barn in Greenwich, Connecticut. The barn was built in 1902 for fruit storage. Today, it has been converted into a gallery comprised of three showroom galleries with skylights providing natural light. In addition to the gallery space, the Center houses a library and media viewing room filled with furniture by 20th-century designers. There is no admission charge, and the collection is open to the public by appointment only.