CA -- San Diego -- Balboa Park -- San Diego Museum of Art:
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- SDMA_220719_01.JPG: Charles Reiffel
Morning, Nogales, Arizona, 1928
- SDMA_220719_08.JPG: Charles Arthur Fries
Desert from Vallecitos Point, Laguna Mountain Resort, 1928
- SDMA_220719_14.JPG: Guy Orlando Rose
Fisherman's Cove, Laguna Beach, 1914-21
- SDMA_220719_24.JPG: Nicolai Ivanovich Fechin
Torrey Pines, ca 1925
- SDMA_220719_29.JPG: Alfred Richard Mitchell
La Jolla Cove, ca 1950
- SDMA_220719_36.JPG: Maurice Braun
Untitled (Landscape), undated
- SDMA_220719_44.JPG: Alfred Richard Mitchell
In the Canyon, undated
- SDMA_220719_58.JPG: Of Sea and Sand
- SDMA_220719_78.JPG: Augmented Reality al Fresco
- SDMA_220719_81.JPG: Augmented Reality
The Mole from the Bacino di San Marco, Venice, ca 1740
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- SDMA_220719_90.JPG: Augmented Reality
Italian Procession, New York, 1913-25
- SDMA_220719_94.JPG: Augmented Reality
Kilauea Caldera, Sandwich Islands, 1886
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- Wikipedia Description: San Diego Museum of Art
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The San Diego Museum of Art opened as the Museum of Fine Arts on February 28, 1926. The funders turned over ownership of the building to the City of San Diego. It is located in Balboa Park. The museum building was designed by architect William Templeton Johnson.
The Museum's collections are encyclopedic in nature, with pieces ranging in date from 5,000 B.C. to 2001 A.D. The museum's strength is in Spanish works by Murillo, Zurbarán, Ribera and El Greco.
There is a small eclectic Asian art gallery, a couple Impressionist era paintings, some Georgia O'Keefes (although these are not always on display) and a number of interesting modern pieces.
Additionally, they have works by Italian masters Giorgione, Giotto, Veronese, Luini and Canaletto. Works by Rubens, Hals and van Dyck represent the Northern European School.
The museum regularly hosts touring exhibits and has lately been working to display its standard collection in new ways (including an upstairs gallery discussing information which can be gathered by looking on the back of the canvas).
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