When entering one large room in the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania there were dozens of paintings put up in the traditional manner in many crowded rows. Five views were stitched together to show what the left side of the room looked like. There were many famous traditional paintings there.
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At the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania they had many other famous painters including Claude Monet. Here is the famous foggy Waterloo Bridge London, 1903. Monet was probably the best known among the Impressionist painters. He painted the bridge from his room in the Savoy Hotel on the elegant North side of the Thames River. Monet wished to capture the shifting effects of the fog, light and reflections on the water at the bridge site.
A few other Monet paintings exhibited:
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I was surprised to see two of the most famous Paul Gauguin paintings in the world in one room at the Albright-Knox Museum of Art in Buffalo, NY. The first was “The Yellow Christ”. For more on this painting go to: The Yellow Christ
The other painting was called “The Spirit of the Dead Watching”. You can find out more here at this link: Paul Gauguin: