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Philadelphia Museum of Art 'Inside Out' Exhibit in West Chester

The outdoor exhibit occurs through Mid-November, 2015.

West Chester PA -- Encounter art in unexpected places this fall throughout the Borough of West Chester. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is sharing high-quality replicas of museum masterpieces now on display during its Inside Out public art exhibit. Thirteen artworks have been placed at twelve locations (see below) within walking distance of each other around the Borough. Each of the exhibits has curated content describing the art.

Click on the image for further details. Download the Inside Out brochure (PDF).

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Present Futures, 2006, by Moe Brooker
Melton Arts & Education Center
500 E. Market St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Sailboats Racing on the Delaware, 1874, by Thomas Eakins
Borough of West Chester Municipal Building
401 E. Gay St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Pichincha, 1867, by Frederic Edwin Church
Marshall Square Park
200 E. Marshall St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Manne-Porte, Étretat by Claude Monet
The Hickman
400 N. Walnut St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Groundhog Day, 1959, by Andrew Newell Wyeth
West Chester Public Library
415 N. Church St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Sunburst Quilt, 1839, by Rebecca Scattergood Savery
Uptown! Entertainment Alliance/Former Armory
226 N. High St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

From Nature in the Garden, 1856, by Rubens Peale
E. Gay & N. Matlack Streets.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Two Dragons [in Clouds], 1885, by Kano Hōgai
Wells Fargo Bank Parking Entrance
E. Gay St. near High St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Sketch for “A Boat Passing a Lock,” 1822–24, by John Constable
Borough of West Chester Municipal Building
401 E. Gay St. (in the parking lot)

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Little Painting with Yellow (Improvisation), 1914, by Vasily Kandinsky
N. Church & W. Gay Sts.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Fish Magic, 1925, by Paul Klee
N. Church & W. Gay Sts.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

Jackie (Four Jackies) (Portraits of Jacqueline Kennedy), 1964, by Andy Warhol
West Chester University – Emilie K. Asplundh Concert Hall
700 S. High St.

Philadelphia Museum of Art InsideOut Exhibit

The Life Line, 1884, by Winslow Homer
West Chester Transportation Center
220 W. Market St.

 
 

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