Treasures from the Norton Simon travel to New York

The Norton Simon is one of my favorite museums in Los Angeles, or for that matter anywhere in the world. Beautiful architecture, housing collections of European and Asian art. In particular I rank Francisco de Zurbaran’s Still Life with Lemons, Oranges and a Rose (below) among the most remarkable paintings I have ever had the privilege of admiring.

Well, along with other treasures from the Norton Simon, it is now on display in New York thanks to an exhibition organized by The Frick Collection. Rubens, Murillo and Bassano, among others, are also part of the show. And keep in mind this is only a tiny part of the collections of the Norton Simon.

Until May 10, 2009.

Zurbaran Still life

Zurbaran Still Life

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5 Comments to “Treasures from the Norton Simon travel to New York”

  1. Katesimon says:

    Hay Norton Simon is great museum i happened to visit their amazing museum.

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  2. Catherine Delors says:

    Wow, Gina! Congrats on your first blog award, and thank you so much for passing it along to me. It is very much appreciated.

  3. Hello Catherine,

    Someone was kind enough to give me my first blog award today for one of my blogs, and I have to pass it on to ten people who have inspiring blogs… so, for having such an outstanding and incredibly informative blog that’s always a joy to read, I’m passing it on to you:

  4. Felio Vasa says:

    The Norton Simon is a fabulous museum. The Degas bronze dancers are simply gorgeous.
    It would be Los Angeles’ D’Orsay.

  5. Judith says:

    Hello Catherine! Congrats on your book! Although the sentiment is a bit belated it is very heartfelt!
    I love the Norton Simon! I think it’s wonderful that we all share our works of art! I have had the privilege of seeing many amazing paintings because they were on loan to a museum closer to me! I now really want to see Zurbaran’s Still Life in person now. I suppose I’ll have to wait a bit! Great post. I can’t wait to sit down with some tea and catch up on all of your posts that I have missed :)
    Best wishes,

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