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  • Michael Welsh

    The Barnes Foundation, From Suburb to City - - new home is a lot like the old home, but easier to get to. Great art museum in Philly.

  • Tricia Langaker

    The new Barnes Museum, paintings to be viewed without explanatory text.

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