The Kimbell in Fort Worth, Texas is on of my favorite museums. I’m a Michelangelo freak, so that might explain it. A few years ago, The Kimbell acquired The Torment of Saint Anthony. It is supposedly Michelangelo’s first painting. You can see it above– depicting an old guy being attacked by a buncha demons. How cool is that? In college, I would drive to Fort Worth just to see it again and again. It made me feel that much closer to good ol’ Mike. Pictured above are a few detail shots from a few other masterpieces in The Kimbell’s collection. In order of appearance: Ideal Head of a Woman by Antonio Canova, Interior of Buurkerk by Pieter Jansz. Saenredam, Shoki Ensnaring a Demon in a Spiderweb by Soga Shohaku, Christ the Redeemer by Tullio Lombardo, Woman Addressing the Public: Project for a Monument by Joan Miró, Portrait of Heriberto Casany by Joan Miró, Four Figures on a Step by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, Composition by Mondrian, The Supper at Emmaus by Jacopo Bassano, The Torment of Saint Anthony by Michelangelo, Girls on the Pier by Munch, and The Apostle Saint James the Greater Freeing the Magician Hermogenes by Fra Angelico.
Which one of the painting above is your favorite?
(dress: Gap, vest: Free People, shoes: Nike Tokyo Fashion Week Sky Hi Sneaker Wedges)