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"May the day come-and perhaps soon-when I can flee to the woods on a South Sea island, and live there in ecstasy, in peace and for art."

~ Gauguin to his wife, Mette, February 1890


you always wonder what the big deal is when you see art like this. It really doesnt look like much. Why is it so valuable?Makes no sense.

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jjc - 7.26.2012 - 12:36 PM
I only came here cause of my sister Xo. I thought it was boring.

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Steven - 7.25.2012 - 4:08 PM
It's really great ! I love it ! Everything it's like real :)))

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Ivaylo Slavov - 7.25.2012 - 3:51 PM
Great presentation and showing. Really enjoyed the ending.

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Instructor4688 - 7.25.2012 - 3:37 PM
Love the opportunity to create art at the end. Great idea!! Thank you.

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TK - 7.25.2012 - 2:53 PM
This exhibit was very good. As a new person with a new appreciation for the arts this truly was amazing. It really does give an inner peace that can not be explained.

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Quite Giant - 7.25.2012 - 1:36 PM
I wrote a complimentary and clean comment. When submitted it was rejected as containing inappropriate language. It did not. Everything I wrote was lost and there was no useful feedback of what was considered offensive. Get a person to read the other comments. Some are stupid babble. Fix your system, or have a human review the posts.

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Annoyed - 7.24.2012 - 8:27 PM
I really liked this exhibit and am thrilled that I got an opportunity to see these beautiful works of art in person and not a reproduction of a picture in a book.

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Lucky - 7.24.2012 - 5:39 PM
art does indeed imitate life

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coach biggs - 7.24.2012 - 11:37 AM
My friend and I were actually disappointed with this exhibit. Not only was it a small showing, we also didn't think there were enough pieces on display from the three main artists. After seeing the exhibit, we walked through the other galleries of the same time period and enjoyed the art work there so much more, which included more of these masters' work and other great artists. We are next planning to go to the Barnes and expect not to be as disappointed.

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JR - 7.22.2012 - 6:23 PM
Good for him

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Pickle - 7.22.2012 - 3:01 PM
Much of the artwork was intriguing, and it fascinated me that what I loved most was created by artists other than the 3 featured artists! The colors, serenity were all spectacular

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Danielle - 7.22.2012 - 1:48 PM
first time ever experinced the art very impressed very beautifull!

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gustavo angel - 7.22.2012 - 1:28 PM
weird

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Miles - 7.22.2012 - 12:53 PM
Cool story, brah!

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Anonymous - 7.22.2012 - 12:03 PM
I aint artsy farsty but this may be cwazy

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Saj - 7.22.2012 - 12:03 PM
I am so pleased that I saw this exhibit. I, too, found Corot's work brilliant. His art is alive and beautiful! For the very first time, I admired a cubist painting that of the nudes by the German artist, whose name I unfortunately forgot.

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Mary - 7.22.2012 - 11:17 AM
I had a great time and I do highly recommend these wonderful artists. The mosaics in particular were quite fascinating. Good day!

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Snikko - 7.21.2012 - 4:50 PM
25 mangos, un robo. Deberia darles verguenza. Ademas los audio tours estan solo en ingles. Otra verguenza. No vengo nunca mas. Son unos truchos.

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Enrique - 7.21.2012 - 4:05 PM
Scare Bleu!!! C'est fantastique.

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Jack - 7.21.2012 - 4:03 PM

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