Jules Adolphe Breton French, The Song of the Lark. It seems to be showing some moment of exasperation, or melancholy- not sure what it is about but the mood with the sunset and the sickle in her hand is mysterious and outstanding!
One of the massive lion sculptures at the Art Institute of Chicago Sculptor: Edward Kemeys Installed: 1894 Description: Bronze Location: The Art Institute of Chicago . Henry Field to The Art Institute of Chicago .
Eye Exam: Too Many Privileged White Curators in U. Museums, by Jason Foumberg, New City Art, January 2014 (references the American Association of Museums' 2010 report Demographic Transformation and the Future of Museums)
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