Buenos Aires – Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes

Free and popular. The National Museum of Fine Arts is well worth a visit.

Generally I use art museums as a chance to get in some speed walk training. But this one slowed me down a number of times.

I like impressionists. Especially this guy.

I like sculpture and there is some impressive work on display. Rodin, for sure.

I thought I liked Miró after a past visit to Barcelona. Turns out I was wrong. His work is random.

One classroom seems to offer children the chance to emulate Miró. Most of their first efforts are superior.

Modern art?

Worse than Miro.

I did like this portrait of Jack Kerouac by Cambre.

Don’t get me started on Canada’s most valuable painting – Voice of Fire.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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