Last Saturday we went to the Cleveland Museum of Art. It is a wonderful museum that is free to the public and has recently expanded with the opening of a new East Wing. The museum’s collections of photography, modern and contemporary art, and 19th-century European sculpture, decorative arts and painting, all of which have not been made public for the past four years, are now on display in this new wing. It is a great expansion of an already very nice museum, and a good day trip!
Auguste Rodin, Heroic Head of Pierre de Wiessant, One of the Burghers of Calais, on display in the Cleveland Museum of Art's new East Wing