of the revolutionary events of 1917. Museums The Sumy Regional Art Museum (Nikanor Onatsky Regional Art Museum in Sumy) was opened in 1920. It was started from nationalized private collections of the town and district. Paintings of Taras Shevchenko, Vladimir Borovikovsky, I. Shyskin, Arkhip Kuindzhi and Tetyana Yablonska are on display, including a Dutch landscape by a painter of Jan van Goyen's circle. Today the museum is one of the most outstanding art centres which contains
to grow into a wonderful collection of outstanding art. The collection is shared with the community in the FAFO gallery and in public spaces as is the Children’s work purchased from the student exhibit area at the Ocala Arts Festival. Hands-on art for children during the Festival encourages creativity and appreciation. Symphony Under the Stars Mother’s Day concert is considered Ocala’s best cultural event for families. The concert, performed by the Ocala Symphony Orchestra along with fireworks
name DeLind Gallery of Fine Art url http: www.delindgallery.com email address 450 E Mason lat long directions at the corner of Mason and Jefferson phone +1 414 271-8525 tollfree fax hours M-F 10AM-5:30PM, Sa 10:30AM-4PM price content At DeLind Gallery of Fine Art you’ll find a continually changing collection of outstanding art, from the best local and regional talents to the internationally and historically known greats. On occasion, you may find original drawings by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, paintings and drawings by the Pissarro family, a pastel by Childe Hassam, lithographs and etchings by Pablo Picasso and James A.M. Whistler, drawings and posters by Jules Cheret and a large collection of vintage posters, Barbizon, Plein Air and Post Impressionist paintings, lithographs and etchings by Matisse, Cezanne, Rembrandt, Bonnard and Renoir and sculpture by Frederick Hart, Dennis Heimbach and the ever popular "Beasties" by Dennis Pearson. Eat With its immigrant heritage, Milwaukee is a major restaurant city. Good local restaurants serve almost every kind of food imaginable, usually quite cheaply. Different neighborhoods have different specialities when it comes to food. List of locations that Milwaukeans selected as their favorites viewed here World Third St along (and just west of) the Milwaukee River provides a richer variety of restaurants and also many of the more upscale restaurants (and clubs) in town. Traditional Germanic and Mediterranean foods are the highlights. *Milwaukee St, between Wisconsin and Wells Sts., offers many trendy and top rated restaurants in the city as well as an upscale nightlife for the after dinner drink. *The east side also has many nice restaurants, bakeries, and cafes. Most places are clustered on Farwell, North, or Brady Streets. *The Fifth Ward and South Side contain many different authentic and cheap Mexican and Latin American restaurants. *Bay View has a variety of different kinds of places, especially with regards to "hip" comfort food. Budget * WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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