I always enjoy a visit to Hartford's art museum.
A couple stood close to a painting by Willem de Kooning and discussed the colors and brush strokes.
A man strode through the center of a European gallery.
This west entrance to Morgan Great Hall mixes classical statues, beaux arts decoration and a hint of the huge and colorful mural by the famous Hartford-born conceptualist artist Sol Lewitt.
A docent led a tour in an American gallery featuring paintings by Hudson River School artists.
The Matrix gallery in the museum features contemporary works, usually challenging. The current exhibition by Bouke de Vries, a ceramics conservator and contemporary artist, is War and Pieces.
A long table is set formally in the style of the 17th and 18th century, but with
period ceramic groupings with modern adaptations and broken shards.
This art museum offers many treasures and pleasures. Great banner for the season. May you have a healthy, happy, and prosperous new year!
Fabulous pics, Jack! I always forget about Sol Lewitt's murals until you show one!
Such a beautiful museum. That exhibit "War and Pieces" gives one a lot to think about.
The second shot is my favourite. I would thoroughly enjoy visiting there.
It looks enticing as a place to visit. Those ceramics are amazing.
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