Augustus John painted A Canadian Soldier in 1917.
The last section of the world art area is often used for smaller spaces for temporary exhibits. This painting, The Danaides, caught my eye. Done sometime between 1920-22, it is by Charles Ricketts.
Coming out onto the second floor overlook. Evening had settled outside, along with a thick fog.
Heading down the main staircase, here we have a limestone sculpture. Young Woman Bathing is by Aristide Maillol, and was carved from 1919-21.
A look down the ramp towards the main entrance.
Near the main entrance, this floor seems to shimmer.
The skylight above it is the reason. The water feature courtyard is above us, with water playing across the glass ceiling.
Out I went. Louise Bourgeois has a spider motif in her art, and this is Maman, standing vigil near the gallery entrance. I hope that you've enjoyed this visit.