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    Workman and Temple Family Homestead MuseumWorkman & Temple Family Homestead Museum City of Industry, California
    The Workman and Temple Family Homestead Museum in City of Industry, California is one of the lovely historic house museum that contains the homes and private cemetery of the pioneering Workman and Temple families. William Workman came to the San Gabriel Valley in 1841, and purchased a part of the Rancho La Puente and constructed an adobe house in 1842, and as the years passed by, he would expand it, so that by 1870 it would be remodeled with additional brick wings and a second story, with outstanding exterior decorative elements. The rejuvenation is said to have been designed by the first trained architect in the Los Angeles area, Ezra F. Kysor, who had designed many other structures around the region, although there isn't any documentation to support the claim. The adobe structure would be added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 and then added to the California State Register of Historic Landmarks in 1976, along with the El Camp Santo cemetery. The house has big porches on its north and south wings, so that the building would measure 19 feet deep and 72 feet wide, with eight rooms on the first floor and then three finished rooms on the second, with three more added in the late 19th century. It has been completely changed over the years, but more so during its tenure as a military school from 1930 to 1935, and then back to a residence. From 1940 to 1963, it would be transformed again into the office and nurse's quarters for the El Encanto sanitarium; and then the city would buy the house and cemetery. Although there are many elements that have been lost over the years, there is still the lovely 1870 interior staircase, a ceiling cartouche from the period and two marble coal-burning fireplaces from the same era. During the late 1970s a renovation would be done on the exterior, which included rebuilding the entire east wall, that was made of adobe and had fallen during the work that was done in 1977. There are plans in the works to renovate the interior and convert it into a self-guided gallery exhibit, that is scheduled to open in October of 2011. The Homestead Museum also operates the La Casa Nueva, a magnificent example of Spanish colonial revival style that was constructed by the Temple family from 1922 to 1927, with the family's own design drawn up by a Los Angeles architectural firm, but in 1924, a Beverly Hills based architect, Roy Selden Price would be hired to reconfigure the design. The house is constructed of adobe bricks that were handmade by artisans that were led by Pablo Urzula of Guadalajara, with a supervisor named Sylvester Cook from Whittier. The massive house is 9000 square feet, with 2000 square feet of space created as a dormitory constructed in 1930 for a military school to use the house; which contains 26 rooms, that includes 9 bedrooms, a barber shop, six bathrooms, a splendid commercial size electric cold storage unit, many other noteworthy features and in the basement a late 1870s bank vault for storage. Unfortunately, the Temple family would only live in the house for two full years, 1928 and 1929, when it had been completely finished and then leased to Lawrence Lewis, who would be the headmaster of the boy's military academy. The estate would be owned by the California bank and lived in by caretakers until it would be purchased by Harry and Lois Brown, the operators of El Encanto, the sanatorium that moved here from Monrovia, taking great care of the house until it would be sold to the City of Industry in 1975.

    Yanks Air Museum
    Yanks Air Museum Chino, CaliforniaThe Yanks Air Museum in Chino, California is an exciting nonprofit that is devoted to showcasing, preserving and restoring American relics and aircrafts house in a 124,000 square foot facility inside and 10 acres of outside exhibition area to house the world's biggest private collection of American WWII fighters and dive bombers. The collection contains more than 160 aircraft and is constantly growing, with numerous examples the last surviving crafts in the world. The museum restores every one of the aircraft to its flying condition, using only factory original specs and materials to restore the rare planes. Besides the display hangars, there is the main restoration hangar where many of these historic aircraft can be viewed in different stages of rejuvenation, from the simple fuselage to the completed and airworthy planes. Some of the exciting aircraft that are displayed from the Inter-war era include the Swallow TP, Ryan Brougham and American Eagle A-101 and others. A few of the more rare examples include the F-6F Hellcat, the P-51A Mustang, B-25 Mitchell, P-40 Warhawk, P-47M Thunderbolt and P-38 Lightning. There are more plans in the works to construct a second Yanks museum in Greenfield, California, that will contains 440 acres, with the main campus sitting inside a brand new 250,000 square foot facility, with an active airport that is going to support the flight operations and the private aviation needs of the museum's visitors and the local aviators. Some of the other features include a quality level hotel and spa, service facilities, restaurants, an advanced-technology education center, shops and a recreational vehicle park.

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    Autry National CenterAutry National Center Los Angeles, California
    The Autry National Center of the American West in Los Angeles, California is an intercultural center and museum celebrating the history and diversity of the American west through three significant facilities that include the Southwest Museum of the American Indian, the Institute for the Study of the American West and the Museum of the American west. The Autry's mission has been to discover the perceptions and experiences of the very diverse people of the west, hoping to connect the past to the current day to let them learn about our shared future. Every exhibit, public program, publications and K-12 educational services are designed in such a way as to instigate this mission. The Wells Fargo theater is also one of the venues available at the museum. The center is housed in two locations some eight miles apart, and include the Museum of the American West on Heritage Way in LA and the Southwest Museum on Museum Drive in LA. The Southwest Museum houses a magnificent collection of 238,000 pieces of Native American art and is one of the most prominent and representative of its type in the nation, being second to the massive collection at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of the American Indian. The collections contain 10,000 ceramic pieces, 14,000 baskets, over 1100 pieces of jewelry and 6300 weavings and textiles that represent the indigenous peoples from Alaska to South America, with special emphasis on the cultures that have been in the state as well as those that lived in the southwestern areas of the nation. It was started in 1907 and is today, the oldest museum in the city. The Museum of the American West was initially started by Gene Autry in 1988, originally named as the Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum, and created to explore and share the entire story of the American west and the many cultures, traditions, experiences, both real and imagined, and perspectives that have made the west what it is today. This collection contains 21,000 musical instruments, tools, toys, paintings, firearms, sculptures, textiles and costumes, along with other interesting items. The Institute for the Study of the American West is the research and publishing facility that produces and supports the scholarly work that is done in western history and the arts. This museum is the original one that was dedicated by Gene to those that lived and shaped the American wild west and it will continue to provide thought-provoking contemporary and historical exhibits, intellectual forums, the well known and enjoyed Native Voices at the Autry Performing arts series and year-round programs for kids, located in Griffith Park. The Institute for the Study of the American West is the research facility associated with the Autry National Center, and also includes the Autry Library and Braun research library.

    Rowland and Dibble Museum
    Rowland and Dibble Museum Chino, CaliforniaThe John A. Rowland house in Hacienda Heights, California was constructed in 1855, for the pioneer John A. Rowland of the Workman-Rowland party, the co-leader of the first American group of settlers that arrived in Southern California in 1841. John would build this house for his second wife, Charlotte M. Gray. It is the oldest brick house in southern California, constructed in the Greek revival style and used by Rowland for many years, and is currently getting a much needed facelift after having been badly damaged in a recent earthquake. The former coach house of the family is now used as the Dibble Museum that exhibits the furnishings of the Rowland house as well as many other native American crafts and pioneer memorabilia, and operated by the La Puente Historical society.

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    Red Restaurant & Bar
    Entrees; bone-in filet 12oz., petite filet 8oz., ribeye 18oz., bone-in NY strip 14oz., slow roasted prime rib 10 or 20oz., double-cut marinated pork chops; sweet chili glazed jumbo shrimp & scallops with wok-fried asparagus, mushrooms & cashew nuts; 12 hr. pinot noir braised short rib with wild mushrooms, baby globe carrots & asparagus rissole, brown butter whipped potato; mixed seafood pasta with sautéed day boat scallops, littleneck clams, P.E.I. mussels, jumbo prawns, fresh basil, white wine butter sauce, fresh made spinach tagalatele pasta; duo of lamb is New Zealand double chop, olive oil poached loin of Colorado lamb, goat cheese potato dauphomiose, baby veggies; roasted marinated chicken breast with braised fingerling potato, chanterelle mushrooms, natural chicken jus lie; herb crusted horseradish risotto, baby water cress, sautéed mussels, sous-vide garlic leeks; sea bass with artichoke ravioli, celery root puree, asiago cheese, blood orange supreme.

    Claim Jumper Restaurant
    Entrees; rotisserie chicken is half chicken slowly BBQ'd & basted; BBQ baby back ribs, beef back ribs, rib & chicken combo is baby bacon ribs & half chicken rotisserie BBQ, ore cart is rotisserie BBQ chicken with baby bacon pork ribs & beef back ribs, roasted tri-tip is hand sliced choice mid-western angus beef over burgundy herb demi; USDA prime top sirloin broiled, filet mignon, ribeye steak 16oz. hand-cut boneless broiled, NY steak choice center-cut NY broiled or blackened, porterhouse steak 22oz.; prime rib, filet mignon & Australian lobster tail is choice center-cut 8oz. filet & 10oz. premium west Australian cold water lobster tail; lobster tail dinner; fresh chicken pot pie is baked fresh all day house specialty, with fresh white meat chicken, fresh veggies in creamy sauce with fresh cut fruit; stuffed baked Idaho is skillet blackened chicken & fresh veggies topped with fresh herbs, assorted cheeses and rich cream sauce; country fried steak is lean cube steak seasoned, breaded & lightly fried crisp & smothered with country gravy, mashed potatoes & buttermilk biscuit; chicken & buttermilk biscuits is southern fried double breast of chicken with country gravy, mashed potatoes & buttermilk biscuits; meatloaf & mashed potatoes is house special recipe with ground chunk, veal, pork, mild onions, green peppers & herb gravy, with mashed potatoes & buttermilk biscuit; grilled liver, bacon & onions is lightly floured beef liver, crisp applewood bacon & grilled onions served with mashed potatoes & buttermilk biscuits; Jamaican sweet potato is tender chicken roasted with blend of Jamaican spices & herbs tossed with scallions, cilantro leaves, minced red pepper & tropical papaya relish, drizzled with clover honey; braised short ribs is aged Midwest beef, slow braised in fresh herb burgundy beef sauce, served over country horseradish mashed potatoes; parmesan crusted chicken served on bed of mashed potatoes & topped with tomato spinach white wine sauce, with garlic cheese toast; goldrush chicken is double chicken breast topped with sour cream mushroom onion sauce & mozzarella, with mashed potatoes, roasted veggies & buttermilk biscuit; roasted turkey supper is hand carved fresh roasted turkey, apple stuffing, mashed potatoes & turkey gravy with cranberry orange relish, roasted veggies & buttermilk biscuit.

 

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    Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace Yorba Linda, California
    The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, California is the presidential library and museum of Richard Milhaus Nixon, the 37th President of the United States and is one of the twelve facilities that is operated by the National Archives and Records Administration. From the original dedication in 1990, up until it became a federal facility in 2007, the complex had been operated by the private foundation and had been called the Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace, where Nixon was born in 1913. Sitting on a nine acre campus, it includes the birthplace of Nixon and houses the records and materials of the former president that were complicated by the resignation from the presidency, along with the Watergate scandal. In September, 1974, Nixon would make an agreement with the General Services Administration's head, Arthur F. Sampson, to give the majority of his materials from the presidency, including the taped recordings of many conversations that he had in the White House. Strangely, the recordings would be destroyed after September 1, 1979, by order of Nixon, or by September 1, 1984 or after his death. Very nervous about losing the recordings, Congress abrogated the agreement by passing S. 4016. that was signed into law by President Gerald Ford in December, 1974 as the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act, which would apply specifically to the materials from Nixon's presidency, and directed the NARA to get ownership of the materials and process them as soon as possible. The private materials that belonged to Nixon, would be returned to him or his estate. The museum sits in a 52,000 square foot structure that provides a narrative of Nixon's life and career, with his birthplace situated behind the museum. The former president and his wife, Pat, are buried on the property, only a few feet from the birthplace, and since the state is one of those that doesn't allow the burial or remains on private property, the plots had to be deeded to a local church that turned around and made the plots a cemetery. The complex also houses the Loker Center and Annenberg Court, which is a 38,000 square foot wing with special exhibit room and a copy of the East Room of the White House that is now used as an event area, that can be rented for events like weddings and business meetings.

    Casa de Governor Pio Pico
    Casa De Governor Pio Pico Whittier, CaliforniaThe Pio Pico State Historic Park in Whittier, California is the site where his El Ranchito or Pio Pico Adobe or Pio Pico Mansion is located, the final home of Pio Pico, the last governor of Alta California under Mexican rule, as well as being one of the central figures involved in the state's early history. It has become a California Historical Landmark, and listed as the Casa de Governor Pio Pico that sits west of the San Gabriel River and the city that now bears his name, Pico Rivera; with the park encompassing the old adobe. Just after the end of the Mexican-American War, in 1848, Pio started getting the 10,000 acres Rancho Paso de Bartolo, and constructed his house in 1853. It would be badly damaged in the flooding of 1867, that changed the San Gabriel's course to what it is today. The adobe would almost be destroyed again in the flooding of 1882, and completely remodeled to it present condition, while adding some American elements to the traditional California style. In 1892, Pio would be evicted from the property by Bernard Cohn, an American lawyer, who had swindled the old Mexican, since he could neither read nor write English, and instead of signing for a loan, deeded the house and property to Cohn, which had the courts to rule in his favor. Pio would later die, in 1894 at his daughter's house. In 1898, the city of Whittier would start buying up various plots of the land to build a water pumping station, and in 1907, local citizens, led by Harriet Williams Russell Strong, managed to get the site made into a historic monument. Harriet, who had known Pio since 1867, bought the property and had it restorated in 1909, then deeded it to the state in 1917, which would be made into one of the first state historic parks in 1927.

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    Mission San Gabriel ArcangelMission San Gabriel Arcangel San Gabriel, California
    The Mission San Gabriel Arcangel is a completely functioning Roman Catholic mission situated in San Gabriel, California, as well being made a historic landmark, since it had been the first hospital in Alta California, started by the Spaniards of the Franciscan order on "the Feast of the Birth of Mary", September 8, 1771. It was the fourth constructed mission of the 21 that would become the Spanish missions in California. San Gabriel Arcangel, named after the Archangel Gabriel, is occasionally called the "Godmother of the Pueblo of Los Angeles" and was designed by Fr. Antonio Cruzado that had arrived here from Cordoba, Spain, and was the one that added the strong Moorish architectural influences. A few of the unique features of the missions of California are the capped buttresses and slim narrow windows. The planned site of the mission had been along the banks of the Santa Ana river, which had been called the River of the Earthquakes, or Rio de los Temblores; but when the priests arrived to the site, they would choose another along the banks of the Rio Hondo in the Whittier Narrows. A flash flood would arrive in 1776, destroying most of the crops and ruining the mission complex, that would then be relocated some five miles closer to the mountains in present-day San Gabriel. This mission is the base from which the pueblo that would evolve into the city of Los Angeles would come and on December 8, 1812, a number of huge earthquakes would shake southern California, with the 1812 Wrightwood earthquake causing the three-bell campanario, that was next to the chapel's east facade to collapse. The order would then construct a bigger six-bell structure that would be built at the far end of the capilla. There is an old legend that says the founding expedition had been confronted by a big group of native Tongva peoples that intended in driving the newcomers away, until one of the padres would lay a painting of "Our Lady of Sorrows" down on the ground for all of them to view, and these natives would instantly make peace with the invaders; being very moved by the beauty of the painting. That painting is still hanging in the sanctuary, after three centuries have passed. There is a huge stone cross set in the center of the cemetery that had been consecrated in 1778 and then again on January 29, 1939 by the LA archbishop, John Cantwell, becoming the final resting place for more than 6000 neophytes. You'll notice a small stone marker that shows the grave of Jose de Los Santos, who was the last native to be buried there, at the age of 101, in 1921.

    Graber Olive House
    Graber Olive House Ontario, California
    The historic Olive House in Ontario, California is where the world famous Graber olives are grown, and have been since 1894 when C. C. Graber came to the region and bought some land, later discovering the treasure he would also have in the form of delicious olives, which had been planted earlier by settlers that arrived in the area bringing their young olive vines with them. These early settlers were actually Franciscan missionaries from Spain who would be the first to plant the rich nutty fruits at the Mission San Diego de Alcala in 1769 and the olives went wild, growing continuously since then and becoming a marvelous cash crop more than two and a half centuries later. It would soon become one of the traditions for those setting their tables with various fruits, vegetables, wine and bread, to also include the healthful olives. Graber would research the olive and find the best way to produce them in this climate and soil, initially curing a few barrels which he would give to neighbors, family and friends, who came back for more and more as the years passed. This olive business would continue to grow as did the olives and today it is the oldest business in the area. The Graber olives, completely ripened on the tree comes with a delicate full flavor and delectable texture, making it a staple on many tables. Today, the company sells olives, olive oil and anything else that pertains to the excellent tasting olives. The family lets the olives ripen on the trees until they turn a cherry-red color, which denotes they are ready for picking and eating. It is then just a matter of picking the ripened olives, which during processing will turn their familiar black color with oxidation. The Graber olives are hand picked and then cured in covered vats, without being oxidized, so that after the curing and canning process, their olives are different shades of nut-like color and so delicious. Graber has to be doing their best since it has become one of the world's best olives, and when you visit their website or farm, you'll notice the price difference as well as the extraordinary taste. Tours are available during the year, but the best time is usually during the fall, when the harvesting, picking, packing and curing is done and a wonderful process to watch. It is one of those special places that offers more than a tour or the small museum they have on the property, since it is a working farm, with many relics that have been collected over the century plus they have been doing business. Check them out when you are visiting in the area and get a real taste of California.

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    The Huntington LibraryThe Huntington Library San Marino, California
    The Huntington Library, Art collection and Botanical gardens, or the Huntington, is the educational and research facility that was begun by Henry E. Huntington in San Marino, located in the San Rafael Hills by Pasadena, California, housing a splendid library, and an excellent collection strong in English portraits, as well as French 18th century furniture that is located in the mansion. There are numerous botanical gardens located on the estate as well that include a Zen garden, Chinese Scholar's garden, the historic Cactus collection and many others. The library houses an outstanding collection of rare books and manuscripts that include a Gutenberg Bible, thousands of historical documents about Lincoln, that includes many papers by his bodyguard, Ward Hill Lamon and the Ellesmere manuscript of Chaucer. These rare books and other incredible manuscripts located inside the library are some of the most heavily used materials in the nation, containing more than 6.5 million manuscripts and over a million rare books. Today, it is the sole library in the world that contains the first two quartos of Hamlet, John James Audubon's Birds of America, the manuscript of Benjamin Franklin's autobiography and the first seven drafts of Henry David Thoreau's Walden and the first editions of Charles Bukowski and many other spectacular treasures. The library will put these and other materials on view for the public, with the actual use of the collection extremely restricted, often requiring a doctoral degree or at the least a candidacy for a Ph. D, as well as two letters of recommendation from well known scholars. The art collections contain works from the 18th and 19th centuries French and British artists, as well as 18th, 19th and 20th centuries American artists and changing exhibits. The most significant works from the British isles is that of "The Blue Boy", by Thomas Gainsborough and Sarah Barrett Moulton: Pinkie by Thomas Lawrence, while in the American section the collections include works by Frederic Church that includes Chimborazo from 1864 and Harriet Hosmer's huge sculpture, Zenobia In Chains from 1859. The Huntington would acquire the magnificent collection of materials that pertained to the Pre-Raphaelite artist and designer, William Morris that had been collected by Sanford and Helen Berger that consisted of ceramics, wallpaper, stained glass, drawings, textiles, original woodblock prints, over 2000 books and the entire archives of Morris' decorative arts firm, Morris & Co., as well as its predecessor, Morris, Marshall, Faulkner & Co. The botanical gardens span some 120 acres, with its themed gardens housing many rare plants from across the globe. They have been separated into over a dozen themes, that include; the desert garden, the Australian garden, children's garden, Shakespeare garden, rose garden, Desert Garden conservatory, palm garden, Japanese garden, Zen garden, lily pond, herb garden, Rose Hill Foundation Conservatory for Botanical Science, north vista, the subtropical and jungle garden and the nation's biggest collection of the sculptural and palm-like cycads.

    Adobe De Palomares
    Adobe de Palomares Pomona, CaliforniaThe Ygnacio Palomares Adobe is known as the Adobe de Palomares as well, situated in Pomona, California, constructed between 1850 and 1855, as a one-story residence for Don Ygnacio Palomares and then abandoned in the 1880s, left to the elements to rot until it would be acquired by the city in the late 1930s. The adobe would become part of a joint project of the city, the WPA and the Historical society of Pomona Valley and be renovated and opened in 1940 as a museum on the life of the Spanish and Mexicans living in rancheros. In 1971, it would be added to the National Register of Historical Places, and of the over 400 sites in the county that have been listed on the register, less than ten had received that distinction before the adobe. The house had sat on a 22,000 acre Rancho San Jose, which had been taken from the land that was part of the Mission San Gabriel in 1834 as part of the Mexican government's secularization decree. Juan Bautista Alvarado would give the land grant to Ygnacio Palomares and Ricardo Vejar in 1837, who were both sons of native Spaniards. The rancho would be run by the dons and covered lands that have now been made into the communities of Diamond Bar, Pomona, Glendora, Claremont, LaVerne, Azusa, Walnut, San Dimas and Covina. Ygnacio had lived in the Casa Primera before the construction of his bigger hacienda, which is an earlier smaller adobe house that is also run by the society.

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    J. Paul Getty MuseumJ. Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles, California
    The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California is one of the most extraordinary art museums in the world, with magnificent western art from the Middle Ages to the current period, with it welcoming over 1.3 million visitors each year, making it one of the most visited art museums, or any type of museum, in the nation. There is another location at the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades, California which houses the artworks from the ancient realms of Etruria, Greece and Rome. Getty would open his second museum in 1974 in a replicated version of the Villa of the Papyri at Herculaneium. It would become the wealthiest museum in the world in 1982, when it would be so fortunate to receive $1.2 billion and eventually renamed the Getty Villa. The more detailed information about the collections can be obtained on the Gettyguide at the museum, which has a wonderful set of interactive multimedia tools, and you can also get much from getty.edu. The museum is in the process of clearing up a controversy about numerous works' title that it has in its collections. It seems that the previous curator, Marion True, was indicted in Italy in 2005, as well as famous art dealer, Robert Hecht, Jr., for trafficking in stolen antiquities; with more charges filed by the Greek authorities. In 2006, True wrote to the Getty Trust that she was being forced to carry the entire burden for her practices which were fully known, approved and condoned by the Getty board of directors, and the mess continues. In 2006, the museum's director, Michael Brand, would announce that the museum had returned twenty-six pieces to Italy, except the Victorious Youth, that is continued to be claimed by the Italian government. In 2007, the museum would be forced to return 40 relics that included a 5th century BC statue of the goddess Aphrodite that had been stolen from the Morgantina, the ancient Greek settlement in Sicily. The museum had previously returned three pieces that had been determined that they were stolen in 1999, in another case not related to this one, and it included a torso of the god Mithra from the 2nd century AD, the head of a youth by the Greek sculptor Polykleitos and a Greek red-figure kylix from the 5th century BC signed by the painter Onesimos and the potter Euphronios as the potter. In September of 2007, a contract was signed that would return forty ancient artworks to Italy that had been stolen and these include the 5th century BC Aphrodite limestone and marble statue, and then in 2010, marble and bronze sculptures, fresco paintings stolen from Pompeii and Greek vases. The museum contains a magnificent collection of antiquities, sculpture and decorative art, drawings, photographs, manuscripts and paintings that span the globe and the centuries. The museum and villa host about twenty-five exhibitions every year and include both permanent collection works and rotating displays. The antiquities collection has a strong holding in Greek and Roman art of the 6th century BC to the 4th century AD and has continued to grow and include huge marble sculptures, bronzes, Hellenistic silverware and jewelry, one of the best collections of Greek vases in the nation, Greek and Roman gems and a large variety of ancient glass. The drawings collection contains about 700 European drawings that date from the 14th century to the end of the 19th century that range from preparatory sketches to the highly finished independent artworks, with excellent holdings of Italian renaissance and the French school. The last five years have been devoted to acquiring the works of van Gogh, Degas, Gauguin, Courbet and Seurat. The manuscripts collection really began moving in 1983, when the museum would acquire the best private collection of illuminated manuscripts in the world that had been assembled by Irene and Peter Ludwig of Aachen, Germany. The collection contains manuscripts from the 9th to the 16th centuries with amazing examples from Byzantine, international, renaissance, gothic, Romanesque and Ottoman. The unbelievable painting collection was begun by Getty himself in the 1930s, although it wouldn't become a world class collection until after his death and the funds he bequeathed would be of great benefit. The collection includes 450 European paintings that date from about 1300 up to 1900, with outstanding strengths in baroque paintings from Italy and Flanders, Dutch paintings from the 17th century, Northern Italy renaissance and French paintings from the 18th and 19th centuries, with a fabulous collection of 18th century pastels. There is certainly more about the spectacular museum and it amazing collections, but the best thing to do is to visit and peruse these excellent works yourself at a leisurely pace, allowing yourself a big amount of time.

    The Geffen
    The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA Los Angeles, CaliforniaThe Geffen contemporary at MOCA, which had been called the Temporary Contemporary opened its doors in 1983, in a former police car warehouse in Little Tokoyo that had been rejuvenated by the well known California architect, Frank O. Gehry, and it contains 40,000 square feet of exhibition space, as well as a branch store of MOCA. MOCA or the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, California houses one of the nation's best collections of European and American art that has been made since 1940. Today, it houses about 5000 works in every media and ranges from masterpieces of abstract expressionism and pop art to the more modern works that have been created by the younger and up and coming artists. Some of the major acquisitions and donations that have been obtained now form the nucleus of the permanent collections and include the Panza collection, which was a 1984 purchase from Giuseppe and Giovanna Panza de Biumo of Milan and includes 80 works of abstract expressionism by such noted artists as Franz Kline, George Segal, Antoni Tapies, Roy Lichenstein, Jean Gautrier, Robert Rauschenbery, James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg and Mark Rothko; a 1986 bequest from the Barry Lowen collection that contains 67 works of minimalist, post minimalist, drawings, photography, sculpture and neo-expressionist paintings by such noted artists as Cy Twombly, Dan Flavin, Agnes Martin, Ellsworth Kelly, Joel Shapiro, Julian Schnabel, Frank Stella and Elizabeth Murray; another gift but in 1989 from the Rita and Taft Schreiber collection of 18 magnificent abstract expressionist drawings, paintings and sculptures by 13 artists, that included; Jackson Pollock, Piet Mondrian, Arshile Gorky and Alberto Giacometti. There are numerous more collections that would acquired over the years either by donation or acquisition, making this museum such a marvelous venue to visit and spend some time perusing the spectacular works by many great and famous artists.

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