Philadelphia Delivers A Kick In The Arts

New location for one of the world’s leading collections of French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings

With the much anticipated re-opening of the famous Barnes Foundation, a 93,000-square-foot, two story garden/gallery housing Dr. Albert C. Barnes’s legendary art collection, the City of Brotherly Love kicks up their cultural offering a gigantic notch.

It’s getting so you can’t swing a Van Gogh (see one below from the Barnes Foundation) around the Benjamin Franklin Parkway without hitting a major art establishment, including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rodin Museum and the Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul and much more.

Click here to “curate your own art experience” with this easy-to-navigate website: http://withart.visitphilly.com.

THE POSTMAN BY VINCENT VAN GOGH AT THE BARNES FOUNDATION
Credit: Courtesy The Barnes Foundation

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