IMG_1907IMG_1913IMG_2066IMG_1937IMG_1985IMG_1914IMG_1948IMG_1967IMG_1959IMG_1939IMG_1964IMG_1969IMG_1902IMG_1958IMG_1986IMG_1976IMG_1972IMG_1980IMG_1981IMG_1978IMG_1977IMG_1974Most of the art works, scruptures and wall reliefs in this collection were shot at the Art Institute of Chicago at South Michigan Avenue. It was our first stop early on Friday morning since the Sears Tower refused to open to visitors on time.

The Art Institute has a collection of world’s most notable

collections of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. At one million square feet, according to Wikipedia, it is the second largest art museum in the United States behind only the Metropolitan Museum of Artin New York.

“The collection of the Art Institute of Chicago encompasses more than 5,000 years of human expression from cultures around the world and contains more than 260,000 works of art. The art institute holds works of art ranging from as early as the Japanese prints to the most updated American art.”

One of its most famous paintings is this one, best known perhaps to addicts of the ABC tv show, Desperate Housewives.


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