Those who appreciate art already know about the Barnes Foundation and how magnificent it is. Visitors to Philadelphia who may not be well versed in art should find time in their sightseeing itinerary to learn about the artwork displayed here and the man who assembled this collection. In as little as two hours, you will be exposed to one of the greatest collection of artwork under one roof. As an example, the single largest collection of Renoir paintings in the world is here at the Barnes. Located between the Free Library of Philadelphia and the Rodin Museum, the entire area along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway is a great place to wander around.
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