Sometimes when we are walking around, Lex gets a little bit bored of just looking at the paintings, and so he usually asks for my camera. Then he spends his time trying to photograph the artwork. Which is tricky. Taking good photos of rectangular paintings, without a flash to boot, is kinda hard. So I usually end up with 852 blurry photos of different parts of paintings. But that's totally fine. Here are some of the not-bad photographs we took of the art that we liked.
Still Life with Skull, Leeks and Pitcher by Pablo Picasso
Portrait of Dorothy Spreckels Munn by Salvador Dali
Enid Haldorn by Salvador Dali
Space Venus by Salvador Dali
I didn't realize that Salvador Dali did sculpture, but this one is fantastic!
Petunias by Georgia O'Keeffe
Replica of the George Washington portrait by Rembrandt Peale
Prometheus Bound by Thomas Cole
The Wild Swan by Alexander Pope
Connor said that this is his favorite painting. The swan was incredibly vivid white in real life. Like it was more real and bright than anything else in the museum. He's got good taste, that one.
After we were done with the art galleries, we went up to the top of the seven-story tower that has a 360-degree view of the city of San Francisco.