A Corner of the Golden Gate Park

I would like to share some of the statues in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.¬† In the area where the Science Museum is situated, we meet Don Quixote, his squire Sancho Panza and the author Miguel de Cervantes. The Spanish novel was published in 1605 and 1615 and is the most influential work of literature from that time. […]

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Thorvaldsen’s Museum in Copenhagen

The Thorvaldsen’s The oldest museum¬†(1848) in Denmark. Like Hans Christian Andersen, The sculptor Bertel Thorvaldsen (1770-1844) came from poor living conditions. Eleven years old Bertel Thorvaldsen was accepted at the Art School. He spent most of his working years in Rome and became a famous sculptor. The thirty years younger H.C. Andersen visited him more than once, and they became […]

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Little Dancer Aged Fourteen

  The original statue by Edvard Degas ( 1834-1917) is at the The National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. It’s known and loved by many because after the death of the artist it was cast in bronze and placed in many different museums. The link to the museum explains in more detail. When Degas displayed it at an exhibition […]

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