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Top 5 Art Galleries For Tourists In The United States



In the United States, you’ll find many of the most picturesque museums on earth, as it holds some of the best masterpieces in the world. The country houses several iconic works of art by renowned artists and sculptors. As a tourist, you can enjoy an exotic experience of ancient cultures and surreal art with the various stories these galleries tell about American art intricacies.

While the United States of America boasts many significant galleries, some of the most prominent include; the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA), the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cleveland Museum of Art, the National Gallery of Art, with the newly established Museum of Modern Art also making the list.

Undoubtedly, most art enthusiasts have a thing for adventure, and it is not unheard of to see many of them engaging in casino gaming. The good news is, while in the US for an art vacation, there is also a chance to play some casino games online or at physical locations. The most popular art galleries in America are situated in cities harboring some of the top online casinos available in the US, and a complete list of these online casinos can be found on portals like CasinoUSA. So, here is a chance to have fun on both fronts.

This article will expand more on these galleries, and the interests tourists can find in them.

The National Gallery of Art
The National Gallery of Art is a neoclassical building gifted to the country by an industrialist and investment bank. It was established in 1937 and housed American and European collections dating back to the 13th century. Experts say it’s more of a museum than an art gallery.

Iconic collections of the National Gallery of Art include legendary pieces like the Ginevra de’ Benci portrait crafted by Leonardo da Vinci, Jan Van Eyck’s Annunciation and Botticelli’s drawing of the Magi. In addition to the portraits is the museum’s sculpture gallery, which contains the most collection of Edgar Degas’s sculptures.

The gallery comprises two buildings—the east and the west buildings. Also, an underground concourse joins the two buildings via Leo Villareal’s Multiverse art installation. There are also several must-see art exhibits you shouldn’t miss. This includes The Sculpture Garden, an exhibition by the great artist “Verbeeck.”

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, bordering New York’s Central Park, remains one of US’ most prominent art museums. It comprises over two million collections curated from Africa, Asia, Europe, America, and the Middle East.

It’s worth stating that this art house is still constantly increasing its valuable pieces. Managers of the massive gallery evolved the museum’s Whitney space in 2016 to the Met Breuer, an independent museum of the Met that exclusively contains modern artworks.

This museum contains some unique masterpieces, including the Temple of Dendur, a 15 BC original temple. Original designs by Balenciaga, Laurent, and Chanel and the comprehensive Veneer collection are available there.

The Museum of Modern Art
The Manhattan-based MoMa plays host to an extensive array of modern art. It also houses numerous short exhibitions of foreign collections. The museum’s impressive white abstract backdrops offer a perfect place to showcase any exhibit.

As the name implies, the MoMa comprises several 20th-century legendary paintings. Collections displayed on the walls of the MoMa include those from Picasso, Pollock, Van Gogh, and Rousseau. Also, there’s a restaurant in the MoMa for tourists who need to eat or drink. Thus, ‘The Modern’ is one of NYC’s Michelin-featured restaurants.

Some unique pieces on display include Jackson Pollock’s Number 31, Gustav Klimt’s Adele Bloch Bauer II, the Campbell Soup Cans by Andy Warhol, Jasper John’s Flag, and Henri Rousseau’s The Sleeping Gypsy.

Cleveland Museum of Art
Located in New York City is the Cleveland Museum of Art, an ancient museum created in 1916 and still serving as one of the nation’s best museums. The building curates extremely rare ancient Egyptian and Asian holdings. It also comprises various medieval American and European art pieces. In addition, the collection also contains many postwar collections.

Cleveland Museum of Art contains more than 45,000 invaluable artworks from artistic legends like Van Gogh, Botticelli, Goya, and Matisse. Compared to other competitors—like the MoMa or the Met—Cleveland’s covers a smaller land mass but still holds enough jewels to entertain everyone.

Notably, there are various masterpieces for patrons of all ages. One of these is the 13th-century Parisian Gothic Table Fountain and a collection of various 18th-century French Bourgeoisie and Monarchy pre and postwar paintings.

The Gallery of Music and Art
This fantastic gallery in Las Vegas was established to create harmony among tourists and artists. It’s one of the best for a good reason—the uniqueness of the collections in the gallery.

The gallery has diverse art genres, including paintings, photography, music, and portraits. Thus, making it an abode for all forms of visual art. For performance art, the gallery is also a haven for 19th-century classics. As a visitor to the States, you might want to try this place out.

Conclusion
America holds some of the most legendary art galleries in the world. Thus, it creates a fantastic opportunity for foreign tourists to spend time and adore the beautiful masterpieces. As a foreign patron, you’ll witness modern and ancient paintings, exceptional sculptures and the stories they tell.










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