Running the steps, ROCKY STYLE! Not me, I was winded just from walking!
This painting was the very first cubist piece I had ever laid eyes on. It was the cover of my elementary school music text book. It is Picasso's The Three Musicians.
Rodin's Thinker and mine!
We didn't even look at the name of this one because we were laughing so hard (a TOTALLY un-cool thing to do in such a sophisticated place). We choose to refer to it as, "I SAID I DON'T WANNA HOLD THE CHICKEN!!!"
GASP! (*reaches for oxygen*) Van Gogh!
WOAH! Modigliani! A fave!!!
Jasper Johns! Love him!
A large exhibit which was depicting a war in 11 frames...lotsa scribbling going on here! Can you almost hear what Matthew is thinking, " Well, geez, I could do that!"
Then the boys got their fill of guns, swords and armor...I, on the other hand, was hearing Charlie Brown's teacher...."Waa waa wa waa waa."
A helmet's not a helmet without a little spit-door on the side! WTH?!
"Whatcha thinkin', bud?"
"Mom, they even had to make helmets for babies!" he said with a sad face.
I was shocked.
I looked at the description... and almost burst out laughing but I swallowed it!
I cleared my throat,"Honey, those are the Medeival equivalent to the athletic cup."
We had a blast and I would LIVE there if someone would let me.
I just scribbled down some ideas for a book about getting stuck in a museum after closing.