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Posts tagged museums

Van Gogh in Russia

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Vincent van Gogh’s “The Sea at Saintes-Maries” in St. Petersburg’s Hermitage Museum (Russia – July 2019)

Aquarium of the Bay toads (or frogs?)

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Pier 39 (San Francisco, California)

Albert Bierstadt’s “Sunlight and Shadow” at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s “Sunlight and Shadow” (photo taken in 2012)

@SFMOMA

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Happy Sunday

Church of bullets in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

@SFMOMA #AlFarrow @marilynmanson

“I got a crush on a pretty pistol
Should I tell her that I feel this way?
Father told us to be faithful

I got a crush on a pretty pistol
Should I tell her that I feel this way?
I’ve got love songs in my head
That are killing us away

Do you love your guns? Yeah
god? Yeah
The government?
Fuck yeah”

Happy birthday, Claude Monet!

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Bathers at La Grenouillère by Claude Monet in The National Gallery (London, England)

@NationalGallery @Monet #claudemonet

Born on this day, 180 years ago…

From The National Gallery:

“During the summer of 1869, Monet and Renoir painted together at La Grenouillère, a slightly raffish resort on the river Seine some 12 kilometres west of Paris. It had become a popular weekend retreat from the city during the 1860s.

Monet made several oil sketches at the resort, including this picture, in preparation for a large painting of the site that he planned to exhibit at the Salon of 1870. Painted quickly and technically quite crude, these studies have a directness and immediacy that could not be achieved in the studio. Monet was painting what he saw, without any attempt to tidy up the scene. Rather than a documentary record of La Grenouillère, he presents a summary of his own experience of fleeting visual effects or impressions that changed moment to moment. As pictures in their own right, these sketches were an important step towards Impressionism.”

Courtyard inside the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art

JSMA Courtyard

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