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August 15, 2018

Look for paintings from Philadelphia Museum of Art at Sister Cities Park

The Inside Out program brings high-quality reproductions of art works to community sidewalks

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Carroll - Sister Cities Park Thom Carroll/PhillyVoice

Art on display at Sister Cities Park is part of the Philadelphia Museum of Art's Inside Out program.

Sister Cities Park on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway includes grassy space where musicians sometimes perform, six-foot-tall "amor" sculpture and views of the Free Library, Franklin Institute and Cathedral Basilica. 

It also has a 10-spout fountain where families can cool off in the summer and the Children's Discovery Garden.

Now, there are also paintings from the Philadelphia Museum of Art on view at the park.


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The museum's Inside Out program brings high-quality reproductions of famous artwork to communities' sidewalks.

The artwork on display is listed below.

"The Annunciation" by Henry Ossawa Tanner
"Interior of Saint Bavo" by Pieter Jansz. Saenredam
"Virgin and Child" by José Jusepe de Ribera
"Field Armor" by unknown artist
"Spring Sale at Bendel's" by Florine Stettheimer

Families will have the opportunity to enjoy the free outdoor gallery through Sunday, Oct. 28.


Inside Out

Through Sunday, Oct. 28
Sister Cities Park
210 N. 18th St., Philadelphia, PA 19103


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