by Strange de Jim February 6, 2007
A Visit to San Francisco's Palace of the Legion of Honor
by Strange de Jim
February 6, 2007
Alma Spreckels built the museum for the city in 1924 and donated scads of art, including more than eighty statues by Rodin. It has everything from Renoir and Monet to El Greco and even Picasso and Dali. The entrance to the drive is at 34th Avenue and Clement Street. The drive winds through a golf course. I included a few blurry photos where I particularly liked the picture.
A clear plastic tent was being erected over the courtyard for a party.
Here's Rodin's "The Thinker" from the side.
The figure below is "The Aesthetic Teapot."
This Holocaust Memorial is on the museum grounds.
And then the soothing sight of the Golden Gate Bridge.
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