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Van Gogh & Friends
July 16, 2016 - Jan 02, 2017 Huntington Art Gallery
Van Gogh & Friends: Masterpieces of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism from the Hammer Museum
OPENS JULY 16
Henry Huntington and Armand Hammer never met each other, but the two businessmen had at least one thing in common: they both established great art collections that form the core of major museums in Los Angeles. In an exciting “meet-up” of sorts, 15 important works from the Hammer Museum take up temporary residence at The Huntington, offering visitors the unprecedented opportunity to enjoy masterpieces from both collections in one place. The exhibition contains three haunting works by Vincent van Gogh, including Hospital at Saint-Rémy (1889) and The Sower (ca.1888), as well as Claude Monet’s View of Bordighera (1884), Alfred Sisley’s Timber Yard at Saint-Mammès (1880), and Camille Pissarro’s Boulevard Montmartre, Mardi Gras (1897). Also included are such startling images of modern life and the fin de siècle avant-garde as Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s Study for “In the Salon on the Rue des Moulins” (1894), Paul Cezanne’s Boy Resting (ca. 1887), and Paul Gauguin’s Bonjour Monsieur Gauguin (1889). Gustave Moreau’s theatrical Salome Dancing before Herod (1876), a seminal work of French Symbolist painting, joins its compatriots.
The Rams home regular season opener is September 8 versus Seattle. The Inn is 9.6 miles from the Coliseum and an easy Uber or light train trip. If you coming to see the Rams from out of town, please visit us at the Inn.
After being closed for two years, Fenyes Mansion is open for tours every Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 12:15.
Explore Pasdena history as it was kept by the Fenyes-Curtin-Paloheimo families. The interiors and furnishings have been restored as they originally appeared. An amazing look at one family's contribution to Pasadena culture and history.
My favorite way to celebrate New Year's Eve is to watch the floats line up on Orange Grove Blvd about 10 p.m. The entire city of Pasadena comes out to see the floats up close, smell the flowers, and usher in the new year! Plus, it's free!
January 1, 2017 open the new year with the Rose Parade featuring this year's Grand Marshall, TBA! Follow up with the Rose Bowl game, teams as yet undetermined.