The classic architecture of the building made me spellbound. It is a well designed building with huge stone columns and elegantly designed staircase. I must add that visiting this art museum was a life time experience for me. The museum is systematically organized in various galleries in different directions. The museum holds different major art works unlike other museums which highlights its significance housing some of the excellent artworks by known artists such as Claude Mont, Edouard Manet, Renoir, Cassat and many more. The art collections of these mastered painters are housed in the gallery of “European Art 1850-1900.” Therefore, the art museum of Philadelphia is basically known for housing some of the best impressionist collection. One fine piece of work that captured by attention is an artwork by Edgar Degas which is known as “The Ballet Class.” Edgar has represented the life of Ballet dancers behind the class in a very expressive way. The Ballet dancers are depicted in every phase of their lives; somewhere he has shown a woman waiting impatiently and ballerinas performing. This artwork grabs the attention of the viewers for being close to the difficult real life experiences that ballet dancers are usually faced with in their dancing lives. In other words we can say that this represents the true picture of real life difficulties in one’s life. However, it is one of my favorite piece of artwork.
After carefully examining the impression collection I moved to modern gallery which has some of the very fine collections by the modern painters such as Pollack, Motherwell, Rothko and so on. It was worth examining the artwork by Cy Twomby. We cannot ignore the fact the modern art studies is incomplete without discussing the Cy Twombly’s famous ten-work series which holds a great importance in shaping the modern art. Twombly has best represented the battle between the Greeks and the Trojans in its