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Editor-in-Chief Rob Kall, Managing Editor, Meryl Ann Butler, and Senior Editor, Marta Steele enjoyed an immersion in art and beauty at the Philadelphia Museum of Art recently. (Part 2 is here.)

The stairs at the Phila Museum of Art are famous in movie culture  due to the role it played in the Rocky (1976) film and five of its six sequels. Visitors to the museum are often seen mimicking Rocky Balboa's (Sylvester Stallone) famous run up the stairs
The stairs at the Phila Museum of Art are famous in movie culture due to the role it played in the Rocky (1976) film and five of its six sequels. Visitors to the museum are often seen mimicking Rocky Balboa's (Sylvester Stallone) famous run up the stairs
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The special exhibit, "The Impressionist's Eye" is on view through August 18.

Rob and Marta in front of Japanese Bridge and Water Lilies, by Claude Monet, 1899.

Rob and Marta in front of Japanese Bridge and Water Lilies, by Claude Monet, 1899.
Rob and Marta in front of Japanese Bridge and Water Lilies, by Claude Monet, 1899.
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Marta's favorite was La Pointe de la Galere (1891-92) by Henri Edmond Cross (1856-1910), oil. The museum's descriptive info noted: "Cross wrote to his friend Paul Signac in 1892 of his recent work on the Mediterranean Coast, 'I think I have taken a step towards the charms of pure light.' Silhouetting the region's distinctive pine trees against sea and sky, Cross focuses our eye on the color gradations created by a setting sun."

La Pointe de la Galere (1891-92) by Henri Edmond Cross (1856-1910), oil.
La Pointe de la Galere (1891-92) by Henri Edmond Cross (1856-1910), oil.
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My favorite was Mary Cassatt's (1844-1926) Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge, oil, 1879) one of my favorite paintings in any museum. The spectacular luminescence of the skin can be seen much better in person than in a photo, but it is one of the stunning hallmarks of this piece of art.

Mary's sister Lydia, is the likely model, sitting in a box seat in the Paris Opera House, in front of a mirror that reflects the rows of loges in front of her. This painting is also a symbol of the times - Lydia's face is mostly in shadow, and during this time period, women were just starting to come out of the shadows toward enjoying a more public life than they had been previously allowed.

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Detail Mary Cassatt's (1844-1926) Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge oil, 1879, with full image shown in insert.
Detail Mary Cassatt's (1844-1926) Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge oil, 1879, with full image shown in insert.
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Note the reflection of Lydia's back and shoulder in the mirror as well as the reflection of the back of the loge seat.

Cassatt lived most of her life in Paris and was the only American to exhibit with the French Impressionists, several of whom were captivated by similar light circumstances in artificially-lit, city night scenes.

Born near Pittsburgh, PA, Cassatt began studying at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts at age 15, as it admitted women. However, women were not allowed to attend life drawing classes, which are considered imperative for any artist learning anatomy. After studying there during the Civil War years, she was frustrated with the quality of the education available to her, so she went to Paris in 1865. France's famous state-run academy, the École des Beaux-Arts, actively excluded women, so female students typically studied in private academies, which often included a sliding price scale with higher fees for women.

Cassatt was accepted into the atelier of Jean-Leon Gerome, one of the most highly regarded teachers and artists of the time, known for his realism and exotic subject matter. His "Pygmalion and Galatea" is below, masterfully illustration the moment in the myth in which the sculptor, Pygmalion's ivory statue comes to life.

Gerome's other students included Thomas Eakins (who returned to the Pennsylvania Academy to become its controversial president), American Impressionists Abbott Thayer and J. Alden Weir, NYC Art Students League's longtime instructor and author, George Bridgman, and others.

Pygmalion and Galatea, by Gerome. 1890. Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
Pygmalion and Galatea, by Gerome. 1890. Collection Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC
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Rob's favorite was in another special exhibit, Yoshitoshi: Spirit and Spectacle on display through August 18.

The intriguing title of this color woodcut is, The Heian Poet Yasumasa Playing the Flute by Moonlight, Subduing the Bandit Yasusuke with His Music. (1883.)

villain Hakamadare Yasusuke [Kidomaru] crouching in the grasses
villain Hakamadare Yasusuke [Kidomaru] crouching in the grasses
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The museum's commentary notes, "The realistic detail and expressive individuality of the figures, combined with a sense of abstract design, and the psychological tension of the scene, are all hallmarks of Yoshitoshi's mature style, Here, the viewer is left to ponder whether the bandit, poised to strike, will in fact be seduced by the flute player's masterful tune."

Yoshitoshi (1839 1892) was the last great master of the traditional Japanese woodblock print. This exhibition showcases some seventy works from the museum's extraordinary collection of Yoshitoshi prints, the largest repository of his work outside Japan. The exhibition also included prints from Yoshitoshi's series, One Hundred Aspects of the Moon.

A portion of the prints in 'One Hundred Aspects of the Moon' with detail of 'Chang'e flees to the moon': elixir of immortality. When Chang'e drank the elixir of immortality she became the spirit of the moon
A portion of the prints in 'One Hundred Aspects of the Moon' with detail of 'Chang'e flees to the moon': elixir of immortality. When Chang'e drank the elixir of immortality she became the spirit of the moon
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Below: OEN Managing Editor Meryl Ann Butler with Charles Willson Peale's famous trompe l'oeil painting, Staircase Group. Stay tuned for Part Two of the visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with more on Peale, Colonial America's unsung Leonardo and the father of an American art dynasty.

OEN Managing Ed Meryl Ann Butler with Staircase Group by Charles Willson Peale.
OEN Managing Ed Meryl Ann Butler with Staircase Group by Charles Willson Peale.
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Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia, PA 19130

The museum is closed on Mondays, and offers "Pay What You Wish" admission on the first Sunday of the month and every Wednesday night.

Watch Rocky Balboa's famous run up the stairs: here.

 

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Great! For your next immersion, come to Santa Fe! I will give you the Royal Tour, seeing the Taos Masters (also called the Taos Ten), at the Museum of New Mexico, plus the Folk Art Museum whose Alexander Girard exhibit is up till October 2019. We have ten museums in this city of 75,000.



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Thanks, Steven, I love the Folk Art museum, isn't that the one with the mosaic Aztec Calendar outside? I lived in NM for a couple of years (in fact taught a few art classes at ENMU), I only got to Santa Fe a couple of times, and didn't see all the museums I wanted to see (I was still raising several kids, then) "but loved it. In fact, Santa Fe was where I had planned to open my art school after I finished caring for my elderly dad, but then a granddaughter was born on the East Coast so I couldn't move away, LOL.

My artist friends Deborah and Dennis Larkins live in Santa Fe (my series about him is here), and through them I connected with Margarete Bagshaw - she and I were amazed at the similarities in our work and were going to do a trade, but that didn't happen before her untimely passing - but here's a photo of my wearable art that I happened to be wearing when Deborah brought me to the Golden Dawn gallery where I met Margarete! (In fact, I had just come from filming three segments of Creative Living with Sheryl Borden in Portales, wearing that same wearable art vestment!)



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i love that museum; now you've gone and made me homesick for Philly - I'm Delaware County born and raised and i miss that city. i love the first piece - La Pointe de la Galere - so reminicent of Japanese prints, which some of the impressionists studied and were influenced by them in their paintings. And that luminous Cassat!

I also loved the video Stephen Fox posted on the folk art museum in Santa Fe. So much great art in the world!

Looking forward to part two...

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thanks, b.sadie! ;-)

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Superbe, bellisima,you wonderful people, MerylAnn, even with

that old codger tagging along. Wish I'd been there, too.

I once, long ago, nearly enjoyed his company on a trip to Radford U.

in Virginia when my wife and I offered him a ride from NewTown to

a marvelous gathering on campus where we met David Swanson,

Mike Whitney, Ellen Brown, Wm. John Cox and a special Charles

Sullivan (from DC and W.Va.). I've since lost track of Charlie after

his car on a backroad intersection was run into in a CIA-type execution. We loved his writing on OEN and him personally. Do you

recall his anti-establishment articles and DC appearance?s. I'd love

to locate him, if possible...a brave, volatile, handsome chap near the

same age as our oldest son, George, 66 this year.

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Thanks, Nelson...


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Meryl Ann, in previous message, I sadly mentioned our son, George, Last night we talked to his nurse at Laguna Honda Hospital in SFO as he passed away, not yet quite 66...14 years a too-late-discovered stroke victim, wonderfully cared for. So be it.

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Sending you big hugs, Nelson, to you and your wife, encircling you with love. I am not unacquainted with death, when I was 30, my husband perished in a plane crash. Here is a poem, which gives me peace, I read it at both my mother's and father's services:


I am standing on the seashore.

A ship at my side spreads her white sails

to the morning breeze and starts for the

blue ocean.

She is an object of beauty and strength,

And I stand and watch her until at length

she hangs like a speck of white cloud,

Just where the sky and sea come down

to mingle with each other.

Then someone at my side says:

"There, She's gone!"

Gone where?

Gone from my sight, that is all.

She is just as large

in mast and hull and spar

As she was when she left my side,

And just as able to bear her load of living freight

to the place of destination.

Her diminished size is in me, not in her;

And just at the moment when someone at my side says,

"There, She's gone,"

There are other eyes watching her coming, and other voices

ready to take up the glad shout,

"There She comes!"

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Thanks loads, Meryl Ann. Last night I wanted to weep, but sort of empty now.

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So sorry for your loss Nels. Can't imagine losing one of my kids. My heart goes out to you.

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Appreciate your thoughts, Rob. Our road at this time of life gets a lot of speed bumps. They still shake one up.

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Happy Birthday, Rob! ;-)

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I was this weekend at an art show exported by the Palmer Museum of Penn State U. The theme of the show was John Sloan and the Ashcan school, and Eakins was apparently the inspiration behind his student Robert Henri and the Ashcan school. So with your mention of Gerome, you have taken me one step farther back in the history. It was at the Hyde Museum of Glens Falls-- a relatively small institution but which has some nice world-class pieces in an intimate setting. I do like particularly the Japanese Woodblock prints and the early American artist. The girl with the pearl necklace doesn't quite grab me, but then I was not there to see it in person, but on second view, it makes a good portrait. I'm sure it's breathtaking. But tell her not to wear that necklace in the New York Subways, or it will quickly disappear. By the way, I'm preparing for publication my twelve part series "An era that has gone." Taking out some of the knots, clumsy wording and repetitive material. That is also about art, paintings, artists, etc.

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Cool, I will have to check out the Hyde some day, I only got as far north as Poughkeepsie this time, where I visited Locust Grove, Samuel Morse's homestead -- also went to 9 art museums, which I will be writing about...including Chapel of Sacred Mirrors in Wappingers Falls, Boston MFA, and more! Stay tuned!

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This was a really fun trip to the museum, MAB-- fun to re-visit the museum for the Nth time, and fun to share the visit with you and Marta. Thanks for making it happen and this fun report on it.


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As well as having the guidance of a true and dedicated expert in art history and practice! And thank you, Rob, for leading me into less-jingoistic venues, different manifestations of beauty, my whole modus for loving art and art museums, and it comes in SO MANY different forms!

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Thanks for joining the party! Stay tuned for the 2nd installment about our museum trip!

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