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A visit in the Metropolitan Museum of New-York

One of our members, being in New-York for personal reasons, went to visit the Metropolitan Museum.
Following a two hours long line under heavy rain, he rushed into the 19th Century European paintings department to check for any artwork of the Ecouen’s School of painters.
After a long walk into this immense museum, he finally arrived in this so desired location, discovering a single Theodore Frere painting, looking like crying alone in its corner, in the middle of a large quantity of famous Corot, Degas, Van Gogh and more. Next to it was two Daubigny and a very large Rosa Bonheur.
Disappointed but, after all, happy to have seen so many beautiful things, he promised himself to come back there as often as possible.