This is a marvelous place in a great setting, and it doesn't cost a penny to visit. Three connected buildings with 3 or 4 floors in each. And a wide variety of items on display, from Egyptian mummies, to Etruscan jewelry, to Medieval art, to Renaissance ceramics, to Impressionist paintings, to Chinese vases, to Japanese samurai paraphernalia. Amazing. The Walters family deserves all the credit for compiling this collection and then giving it and the buildings to the City of Baltimore. Of particular note to me were the bronze Barye sculptures of animals in various activities that are not often the subject matter for sculpture (like attacking or devouring their prey). And don't fail to pay some attention to the buildings themselves while touring the museum.
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