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The driveway leading up to the unassuming portico at Crystal Bridges.The main entrance is next to a large and captivating spider entitled "Maman", by Louise Bourgeois, 1999.The art galleries and pavilions surround two ponds fed by Crystal Springs.The interior spaces are never far from the exterior spaces.Many of the hallways have floor-to-ceiling windows.A popular painting in the Colonial to 19th Century Art wing.  Winter Scene in Brooklyn, Francis Guy, 1890.Trying to understand the chimpanzee in "It Is Very Queer, Isn't It?" by James Henry Beard, 1885.Most rooms are warm and relaxing.Large and spacious galleries are the norm.The Experience Art Studio is a dedicated space for both young and old to explore and experience art.The Reader, Mary Cassatt, 1877.  One of the many paintings described in detail in the free audio tour app.Rosie the Riviter, Norman Rockwell, 1943.Coca-Cola [3], Andy Warhol, 1962.Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1, Georgia O'Keeffe, 1932.Supine Woman, Wayne Thiebaud, 1963.Self-Portrait Among Churchgoers, Ben Shahn, 1939.Man on a Bench, Duane Hanson, 1977Depression Bread Line, George Segal, 1991.Abstraction, Georgia O'Keeffe, 1946.