Sunday, March 23, 2008

Museum of Fine Arts


For Sunday morning who wouldn't like to visit a museum and wander its galleries gazing at some of the greatest art man has produced.

The life-sized statue on the front lawn of the museum is the Appeal to the Great Spirit by Cyrus E. Dallin and is the focal point of the museum's original Huntington Avenue entrance.

There is one other life-size copy of the statue in Muncie Indiana; a little trivia for locals, the statue is also the model for the mascot of Quincy High School.

5 comments:

George Townboy said...

Awesome, as always! I always loved that museum. (Who wouldn't, right?)

Chuck Pefley said...

Quincy HS is in Quincy MA I assume? I enjoyed a rainy afternoon in the museum last time I was in Boston.

yoshi said...

Nice photo! I like the goose beside the statue!

Zsolt said...

you have great sunny days in Boston!:)

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Chris said...

I think I've been there. . . .Such a beautiful day!