Monday, 6 October 2014

Visiting MoMA, the Museum of Modern Art

Day 3, visiting MoMA, our New York passes helped with the queueing, but not entirely, there was a familiar scene:
 lots of people and information about what's on.
After then waiting for half an hour to drop off my rucksack, finally saw the following:

 The Olive Trees by Van Gogh 1889

 Agapanthus by Monet 1914-26

 Le Jockey  by Toulouse- Lautrec a lithograph owned by David and Peggy Rockefeller.


 The Seed of the Areoi by Gaugin 1892

 and Washerwomen also by Gaugin painted in 1888

 A wonderful Modigliani above and AndrewWyeth's 'Christina's World' below
Another Toulouse- Lautrec poster
The others went uptown on an open top bus while I looked through the lower floors, at photographs and videos and things like the history of kitchen units.

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