Strangely, I didn’t take pictures of pictures. Being that this was our first visit to this museum, we didn’t really know what to expect. There was a lot of sculpture. The photo above is of the Adoration of St. Joan of Arc which was made in 1896. It is a fire-etched wood relief by J. William Fosdick.
The one singular artwork that was very ominous and made a lasting impression is the one below. It was very grand in person. There is a sad story behind it but I’ll let you research it if you want to find out about it. It is called Adams Memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The original is at Rock Creek Churchyard in Washington, D.C.