Smithsonian American Art Museum
by Julia Singh & Andy Resplandy
Description of the Smithsonian Art museum
The Smithsonian Americana art museum is a white, rectangular, and columned building.
Too 2014 it is around 173 years old, it has 4 flours and a small section of the building even has a square (shape) dotted, glass roof
The museum first opened to pubic in 1855 and is about 173 years old, to the year 2014
History of Place
the love of art ( importance of place)
Every day millions of people have the chance of expiring activities and famous art for free. Smithsonian is the rare museum brand that lets you go in the building for free. But, unlike the space museum and natural history, you can see some thing in the art museum that has been going on since the Egyptians art. paintings, how-did-they-do-that sculptures and inspirations. Looking at art is like getting a V.I.P. pass to the world, suddenly you're seeing a different side to the world, suddenly you're seeing the most disgusting things turn attractive and plain ordinary, never give a second glance things become the next Mona Lisa. Without art, there would be no graphic novels, no cool clothing, no poems, no book covers or books, no fancy building. While the art museum does not obviously show all that, if you squint you’ll see it actually does. I said it before and i’ll say it again, Art is hope and inspiration!
keep art in the museum
There are many famous and highly looked up to artists like Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Salvador Dalí, Claude Monet, Raphael, Francisco Goya, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, Auguste Rodin, Gutzon Borglum, M. C. Escher, René Magritte, Marcel Duchamp, Johannes Vermeer, Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, Andy Warhol, Sandro Botticelli, Roy Lichtenstein
Michelangelo, who made their art to show people things, different side to the world, They made these things for people, the open public. i don't need potions or raids to prove this. The people that created these art already said it it was and is one of their main reasons for making their art.