Going Places

Visiting the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Art~ Part 4

Hi everyone! Welcome to the stunning conclusion of our saga, Visiting the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and Art! We have a few more paintings and a trip to the Duquesne Incline to cover and our Pittsburgh posts will be coming to a close.

On that melancholy note, let’s get right into the paintings!

This one is called Changing Horses by Sir Alfred J. Munnings, probably one of the best horse painters of the 20th century.

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This next paintings is called Places des Lices, St. Tropez by Paul Signac. Signac participated in the very last Impressionism exhibit and was the leader of the Neo-impressionsist movement.

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This is called By the River, painted by Edward Redfield.

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That’s it for now! Apologies for the late and brief post. I’ve been particular busy today :). Keep on the look out for our final Pittsburgh post about the Duquesne Incline!

~Elizabeth and Kathleen

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