Photography: Philadelphia Museum of Art 7/31/22

I was in Philadelphia earlier this year. It was my first trip out of the New York Metropolitan area in three years. I had stopped by the Philadelphia Museum of Art — only to discover that they were closed on Tuesday. However, I wound up checking out the nearby Fairmount Water Works (which is extremely Instagram-worthy and historic).

Late last month, I was back in Philly and I got a chance to finally check out the Philadelphia Museum Art. I was thrilled to see a few Van Goghs, some Cezannes, a couple of Diego Riveras, some Dalis and surrealists and quite a bit more.

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Caption: Vincent Van Gogh’s Sunflowers. I love Van Gogh’s work — and I’m always thrilled to see familiar pieces whenever I’m in a museum.
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Caption: Van Gogh’s Rain. This is one that I had never seen before — but to me you can literally see and feel the mud in the fields.
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Caption: Pablo Picasso’s Three Musicians.
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