Art Galleries at The Huntington

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The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a Southern California research and education institution. It was Spring Break, so the kiddies and I decided to check out the three art galleries of The Huntington Grounds: the Huntington Art Gallery, the Virginia Steele Scott Galleries and the Boone Gallery.

Here are some of the artwork we admired today:

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The Scott Galleries displays one of the largest collections of California of American art from the colonial period through the mid- 20th century, including the works of Andy Warhol, Frank Lloyd Wright and Mary Cassatt, just to name a few.

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“Blue Boy” by Thomas Gainsboroug and “Pinkie” by Thomas Lawrence are examples of the well known artwork displayed in the Huntington Art Gallery’s collections of 18th-century British art.

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We visited The Huntington’s Rose Garden and Herb Garden after our gallery visits. The beauty were well worth the walk through.

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The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
(626) 405-2100

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