Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Kröller-Müller Museum- Part 2 of 2

Yum! A 'fishsicle'!

The lush natural surroundings rival the art collection in beauty!

Sculptures of many different sizes and materials...

...abound in this lovely setting.
 Christo and Jeanne-Claude have a small piece in the collection.

I experienced a 'tingle' of deja vu when I encountered the Giacometti figure (below).

A nearly identical piece is in a quite similar setting at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark.

(You can see for yourself, here.)

Due to the rain, I didn't get to see as many outdoor sculptures as I'd have liked.

Next time, I'll plan to spend much of the day outdoors! :)

The colors in these paintings truly were burn your retina bright!!

I end our 'museum tour' with this textile-related piece...

... a classical female figure with her...erm...enormous mound of laundry?!?

Next time: my visit with a dear felting friend in Maastricht!

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Rachel said...

It can be fascinating to spend time in a "sculpture park" like this, but it is a little weather-dependent...

Patty Biermans said...

Oh Heather, I've been there! It's a wonderful museum and I see that you enjoyd it very much. Hugzz....peebee

Sandie Lynne Knapp said...

Lovely photos, and very interesting too. Sorry about the rain, but like you said, "next time......."

Heather Woollove said...

Rachel-Although there was plenty to see inside, I know that I missed lots of 'gems in the forest'! :)
Peebee-Oh, yes!
Sandie-One day, I hope!