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Top 10 World’s Greatest Museums.

Sculptures and monuments should be reserved. There is no more suitable place than a museum. It is a building that embraces noteworthy monuments that reflect great civilizations or individual works. If you are arranging a journey to get satisfied by these museums, check this list of the greatest ten museums all over the world. It is amazing.

10 The Art of Institute, Chicago:

It is deemed to be an encyclopedic art museum in Chicago’s Grant Park. It has a collection of Impressionist art in its lasting anthology. In addition, it includes American art, European and American decorative arts, modern and contemporary art, and industrial and graphic design. Moreover, it embraces the Ryerson & Burnham Libraries.

The Art of Institute, Chicago

9 The National Anthropology Museum, Mexico:

It is situated between Paseo de la Reforma and Calle Mahatma Gandhi within the Chapultepec Park in Mexico City, the museum has noteworthy archaeological and anthropological objet d’art belong to the pre-Columbian heritage of Mexico, including the Stone of the Sun. The museum has a striking architecture with exhibition halls adjoining a terrace with a giant pond and an immense square solid umbrella supported by only one slender pillar.

The National Anthropology Museum, Mexico

8 The Getty Center, Los Angeles:

This museum was opened to the public in 1997, which is famous for its architecture, gardens, and views. It is stated that about 1.3 million people visit the museum annually to be one of the most visited museums in the US. The Center division of the Museum has pre-20th-century European drawings, manuscripts and sculptures, and 19th- and 20th-century American and European photographs.

The Getty Center, Los Angeles

7 Musée d’Orsay, Paris:

The museum features mostly the French art from 1848 to 1915, such as paintings, sculptures, and photography. It includes the biggest collection of impressionist works in the world, by painters such as Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Seurat, Gauguin as well as Van Gogh. There are foremost sculptors for Jules Cavelier, Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, Paul Gauguin, and Camille Claudel.

Musée-dOrsay-Building

6 The Acropolis Museum, Athens:

The museum is interested mainly in the findings of the archaeological place of the Acropoli of Athens. It was built to include every objet d’art found, from the Greek Bronze Age the Byzantine Greece. It also exists on the archaeological place of Makrygianni and the remains of the Roman and early Byzantine Athens.

The Acropolis Museum, Athens

5 The National World War I Museum, the United States:

It is placed in Kansas City, Missouri. The external buildings are designed using the classical Egyptian Revival approach of architecture with a limestone outdoor. The basis was constructed by sawed granite, and the outer ground level walls are completed of Bedford stone. Memory Hall embraces murals painted for the Panthéon de la Guerre in Paris.

The National Gallery, London

4 The National Gallery, London:

It was founded in 1824, it includes a collection of more than 2,300 paintings belong to the mid-13th century till the 20th century. The National Gallery was not designed by nationalizing a present royal or princely art anthology.

London-National-Gallery-England-UK

3 Ricardo Brennand Institute, Recife:

The Institute includes a stable collection of significant and artistic objects of varying provenience, belong to the Early Middle Ages till the 20th century, with strong importance in objects related to Colonial and Dutch Brazil, such as the world’s largest collection of paintings by Frans Post. The Institute also includes one of the main collections of arsenal in the world, with 3,000 pieces, the greater part of which formed in Europe and Asia between the 14th and 19th century. Its library embraces more than 62 thousand volumes, such as a collection of brasiliana.

Ricardo Brennand Institute, Recife

2 Gold Museum, Colombia:

The museum has a group of pre-Hispanic gold collection as well as pottery, stone, wood and archaeological objects, that was a sacred metal as the natives think. It shows thought of the dissimilar societies that lived in what is known today as Colombia prior to the contact that made with the European continent.

Gold Museum, Colombia

1 Louvre Museum, Paris:

It is deemed to be one of the world’s biggest museums as approximately 35,000 objects from prehistory till the 21st century are displayed over. The museum is one of the world’s most visited among the rest of the museums that received what is more than 10 million visitors annually.

Louvre Museum, Paris

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Meet Mia Johnson, a seasoned artist with over 20 years of experience in the art industry. Mia has dedicated her career to following, checking, and critiquing the works of other artists, helping them to hone their craft and reach their full potential. Her passion for art began at a young age, and she went on to study fine arts at the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, Mia worked as a gallery assistant, where she gained valuable experience in the art world and developed a keen eye for spotting emerging talent. She went on to become an art critic for several major publications, including Artforum and Art in America, and has written extensively on contemporary art and culture. Mia is also a sought-after speaker and lecturer, and has given talks at museums, galleries, and universities around the world. In her free time, Mia enjoys painting, drawing, and exploring new art forms and techniques. She is passionate about helping artists of all levels to achieve their goals and reach their full potential, and is always on the lookout for new talent to discover and promote.
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