Just to let you know, not all exhibits are open. Construction/renovation at The Columbus Museum of Art will soon give us:::
Using the side entrance today.
Art and Money::: “Money. It is a simple fact of everyday life, as well as, a fundamental principal of our social, political, and economic order. It is a medium of exchange, an index and store of value, and a universal equivalent into which most anything can dissolve. It connects, defines, and divides nations. It is pocket change and dead presidents. It is the key to happiness and the root of all evil. It has no intrinsic value apart from what we’ve given it. Money is an idea, a social contract, and one that depends on frequently-tested collective emotional states like trust, faith, and confidence.” Read More
I didn’t see any Bitcoin LOL..
For more information on the above paintings you will just have to visit the museum.
George Bellows was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. Bellows attended The Ohio State University from 1901 until 1904. Read More
John Sloan was born in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, on August 2, 1871,
“Georges Schreiber was a well-known American Scene painter at the height of his career in the 1930s and 1940s. Born in Brussels, Belgium in 1904, Schreiber's earliest art instruction was the German Real Gymnasium in Brussels (1913-1918).”
Joseph Hirsch (born 1910 - died 1981) was an American painter, who was born in Philadelphia.
Joe Todd (Still Alive) Famous Blogger.. See previous posts::
You will just have to visit the Columbus Museum of Art Yourself. “The Columbus Museum of Art’s mission is to create great experiences with great art for everyone. Whether we are presenting an exhibition, designing an art-making activity, serving a lunch, or giving directions to a visitor, we are guided by a belief in advocacy, quality, community, integrity, and creativity. We believe that art speaks to each and every one of us in different ways. Art inspires. Art challenges. Art thinks.”