Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?Paul Gauguin1897-1898Oil on canvasTompkins Collection36.270Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
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This was one of my favorite pieces in my art history classes in college!
"Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?" 1897 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston • Paul Gauguin. Oil on canvas; 139.1 x 374.6 cm."This is Paul Gaugin’s most famous painting, and he considered it his masterpiece, and the culmination of his thoughts...The painting was meant to be read from right to left, with the three main figures in the painting representing the three questions of the title..." Wikipaintings
¿De dónde venimos? ¿Quiénes somos? ¿A dónde vamos? Paul Gaugin. 1897. Museo de Bellas artes de Boston. Esta obra del postimpresionismo nos muestra colores vivos, pero muy personales con los que el pintor plasma su psicología en el cuadro. Mantiene la aplicación compacta de la pintura, con pinceladas distinguibles y temas de la vida real.
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The Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia. Between 1912 and 1951, Albert C. Barnes assembled one of the world’s most important collections of post-impressionist and early modern art, acquiring works by avant-garde European and American artists. He expanded to include African sculpture, antiquities, Asian art, Native American ceramics, jewelry, and textiles, manuscripts, old master paintings, and European and American decorative and industrial arts.
Much of Albert Barnes´ wealth, which led to his renowned art collection, came from the development of a successful gonorrhea prevention intervention. (MICHAEL S. WIRTZ / Staff photographer)
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Arthur B. Carles´ portrait of his wife as Cleopatra is in the show "PAFA and Dr. Barnes" at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
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An Actress as Cleopatra Arthur B. Carles
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The new Barnes Foundation museum opens in Philadelphia
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The Barnes Foundation Museum in Philadelphia. Check out news stories, videos, galleries and go visit!
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In this political cartoon the author is communicating that because our public schools are getting rid of art programs, students are unable to appreciate what art has to offer. The motivation behind this cartoon is the importance of keeping art programs in the schools because they encourage creativity and improve students' intellectual ability. My response is art programs are vital in our public schools. Without the arts our students' test scores and level of creativity will decrease drastically.
The Barnes Foundation museum on the Parkway in Philadelphia is not likely to be going anywhere. MICHAEL BRYANT / Staff Photographer
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The Barnes Foundation museum on the Parkway in Philadelphia is not likely to be going anywhere. MICHAEL BRYANT / Staff Photographer [per previous pinner]
The Barnes Foundation -- I totally disagree with the move to Center City but no one can walk away from Albert Barnes' collections.
Caro Rock tours the galleries. The Barnes Foundation Opening Gala on May 17, 2012. ( MICHAEL S. WIRTZ / Staff Photographer ) .
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Caro Rock tours the galleries. The Barnes Foundation Opening Gala on May 18, 2012. ( MICHAEL S. WIRTZ / Staff Photographer ) .
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Reclining nude (La source), c1895-97 - Pierre-Auguste Rencoir
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Pablo Picasso, 1905, Acrobate et jeune Arlequin (Acrobat and Young Harlequin), oil on canvas, 191.1 x 108.6 cm, The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Picasso's Rose Period
Reflecting on Reflections at the new Barnes
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Reflecting on Reflections with Tom Gralish
A guided tour passes the reflecting pool outside the new Barnes Foundation as the Impressionist and Modernist gallery holds an opening press preview May 16, 2012. TOM GRALISH / Staff Photographer
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The wreckage of the car in which Albert C. Barnes was killed July 24, 1951, when he ran a stop sign and the vehicle was struck by a truck near Paoli. The Packard convertible, its top and two doors torn off, was hurled 40 feet into a nearby field. Barnes was killed instantly. He was 78.
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1841-1919 Bathers (Les Baigneuses), 1916 Oil on canvas. It is reputed to be Albert Barnes's favorite Renoir.