With Art Philadelphia Video™
Launched in 2012, GPTMC's With Art Philadelphia™ launched just before the Barnes Foundation moved its world-renowned collection of art—181 Renoirs (more than any other collection), 69 Cézannes (more than in all of France) and groundbreaking African art—to the culturally rich Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Other institutions along Philadelphia's Champs Elessye include Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rodin Museum, The Franklin Institute and Free Library of Philadelphia.
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