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          The Museum of Art in Philadelphia is one of the country's largest museums. Its collection of some 300,000 works of art covers diverse artistic areas.
          Philadelphia Museum of Art

          The works on display include photographs, paintings, tapestry, carpets, sculpture, armory, ceramics and furniture. Some of the two hundred galleries even include complete historic sites such as a buddhist temple. Its paintings collection includes works from renowned artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, Rubens and Renoir.

          The Museum is located on a hill at the end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, providing a perfect vista for this wide boulevard.
          Inside the Museum of Art
          Inside the Museum

          Centennial Exposition

          The origins of the museum go back to the Centennial Exposition of 1876. It was held at Fairmount Park, where a permanent exposition hall was built for the exposition's art gallery. The building, known as Memorial Hall was designed by Hermann Schwarzmann. It was built between 1874 and 1876 in the popular Beaux-Arts style. The glass-domed building is still one of the most beautiful in Philadelphia.

          A New Building

          The museum's collection expanded rapidly and by the end of the nineteenth
          Medieval armor, Museum of Art
          Medieval armor
          century Memorial Hall had become too small. In 1907 the decision was made to build a new museum on a hill known as Faire Mount, at the end of the recently completed Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The building, designed by Horace Trumbauer, Julian Abele, Clark Zantzinger and Charles Borie, was inspired by Greek temples. An imposing flight of stairs leads to an open court bordered by three connected neoclassical temples.

          Construction

          Construction started in 1916, but not enough money had been raised to complete the whole building, so the
          Perelman Building, Philadelphia Museum of Art
          Perelman Building
          wings were completed first. These opened to the public in 1926. Two years later, with additional funding provided by the city and donations, the central temple was finally built.

          Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

          In 2007 the Museum of Art opened an expansion in the nearby Perelman building, a historical Art Deco building constructed in 1927 as the Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance 幸运网app是合法的吗 Building. The building was designed by the same firm that designed the main Museum of Art building.

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