with Michael Lum

Our visit to the Huntington Library Art Collections & Botanical Gardens…

1151 Oxford RdSan Marino,
CA 91108
(626) 405-2100                                                          

A  new exhibition takes a closer look at a glittering yet turbulent era……….

…In October of 1810, England’s King George III slipped into that final madness from which only death would release him, nearly a decade later. The following February, Parliament authorized the king’s estranged and profligate eldest son, the Prince of Wales (the future George IV), to rule in his place as regent. Extravagant, emotional, controversial, and self-indulgent, the prince regent lent his name and many of his characteristics to a glittering era.

Also featured is the intrigiuing, visually stimulating and at times disturbing ……

unique works by JOHN FRAME………………

                               Quite a contrast between the two exhibits.

As always, walking the grounds was relaxing and rejuvenating.

From the formal gardens like

                                                              The sculpture garden…………….. 

or the Chinese Garden………                                            


to just strolling the grounds appreciating all the landscaping






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