Tag Archives: Monet

At the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Once we’d completed the rounds of the Barnes Collection, our next stop was the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a short but frigid trek up the road under afternoon skies that were still bright with winter sunlight.  As we approached the Museum, … Continue reading

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Modernism, End to End

If part of our weekend in New York City and Philadelhia was given over to comparative adventures in the collections and museums of Albert C. Barnes and Henry Clay Frick, another good chunk of the time was spent exploring art … Continue reading

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Monet’s Giverny Gardens

Back in April, sitting in the Cleveland Museum of Art and knowing that we’d be in Paris in less than two months time, we decided that after all the many versions of Monet’s Nymphéas, the water lilies we’ve seen in all … Continue reading

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