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Art lover or not, the Art Institute of Chicago – the second-largest art museum in America – is ...
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The lakeside metropolis of Chicago is famous for its striking skyscrapers, world-class museums and colorful politic...
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The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the best and largest museums in the U.S., with a collection of more than 300,000 works of art.
The Art Institute of Chicago is one of the best and largest museums in the U.S., with a collection of more than 300,000 works of art. The paintings on display range over 5000 years across American, European and Asian art, with major works spanning from the Impressionist and Post-Impressionist movements to Modern and Contemporary.
The Beaux-Arts building itself is an architectural delight, with its east entrance marked by the stone arch entrance of the old Chicago Stock Exchange and west entrance guarded by two bronze lion statues. The entire collection of art warrants spending a few days to admire and interpret, however there are some iconic works that you should definitely not miss however long you plan to be there. Highlights of the collection include Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat, Van Gogh's Self Portrait, By the Water and Two Sisters by Renoir, The Philosopher by Manet, Time Transfixed by Magritte, American Gothic by Grant Wood, Nighthawks by Edward Hopper, The Child's Bath by Mary Cassatt, El Greco's Saint Martin and the Beggar, and Picasso's The Old Guitarist and Head of a Woman.
The exhibits are thematically arranged across 4 floors.
111 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
The Orchestra Hall at Symphony Center is home to the renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, one of 5 American orchestras that constitute the "Big Five" of classical music
Housed in the Railway Exchange Building, the Chicago Architecture Foundation is a nonprofit cultural organization which aims to inspire people to discover why design matters
Louis Sullivan designed the northernmost of the three buildings here, and the team of Holabird & Roche added the next two
An old Michigan Avenue charmer whose worn stone walls looks even older than its 120+ years
Louis Sullivan was only a draftsman at the time this was built, but there are some interesting designs nestled into expressive façade and the classic, powerful masonry walls
Originally designed by John Mills van Osdel, the city's first accredited architect after the Chicago Fire, this four-story building is one of the oldest in the Loop
Built in 1897 as Chicago's first public library and headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic, the Chicago Cultural Center building now houses the city's Visitor Information Center, galleries, and exhibition halls
Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan's masterpiece
It's partially obscured by renovations, but this first-wave skyscraper still makes an immediate contrast with the modern Federal Center across the street