Thursday, November 26, 2009

de Young no 2

The American collection on the second floor of the museum emphasizes 19th Century artists and period furnishings.

Frederick Remington's bronze of "The Bronco Rider (1895) stands beside Albert Bierstadt's "Indians Hunting Buffalo (1888)".

John looking at "Still Life, 1872" by Henry D. Morse. To the left, Alexander Pope's "The Trumpeter Swan (1900)".

Students sketching the Renaissance Revival oak and marble fireplace (1873) made by the Paris firm Guére Frère for the mansion of railroad robber-baron, Milton S. Latham.

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