The Peabody has a Facebook page with information that I couldn't find on the regular website. AND comments by other visitors, of course.
Toshio Shibata photographs were amazing in their abstraction of real places. Great color or absence of same. They were in a semi-open gallery so many of my pictures have annoying reflections and after images. The website has better photos, but of course, the best is to see them in person. Most of them are at least 20 x 24" and in focus! Even so, many times, it was hard to know what the content of the image was. And many times, it didn't really matter.
Nick Cave "Sound Suits" in the Asian area of the museum. Mr. Cave is actually a contemporary artist from Missouri.
Life sized lobster made from ivory. I prefer mine with butter.
Golden age Dutch still life. WHY would he include a hermit crab, salamander (?) and a grasshopper? The Dutch pretty much ALWAYS had symbolism, but this symbolism was not explained.
And then there's always the gift shop...
Anais Nin may be most famous for her erotic diaries, but she apparently knew about friends.
Antrim Street Studio. A reminder that I have silk dyeing supplies in my art studio.
OR Impressionists on the water.