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Thursday, August 19, 2010

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Les

Thanks for the tour. This reminds me of our local museum, the Chrysler (automobile money), that has a good assortment of a lot of things. We were able to go to MOMA in NYC on our vacation and talk about a diverse audience. I hope to post soon.

Lisa at Greenbow

What a delightful detour. I would never have guessed that Cleveland had such a treasure as this art museum. I am glad you shared this with us.

Altoon

Wow, thanks for this tour of some of the Cleveland Museum's treasures. I love the African mask (what a marvelous headdress), the Celtic Head, the portrait with glasses. It's not that I don't enjoy all the other images, those just strike me with surprised pleasure. I had just thought of the Cleveland Museum as famous for its Chinese art collection, because of the great curator Sherman Lee, but I see now that it has great art of all sorts.

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