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More Art Mondays: Road trips

This week’s More Art Monday is inspired by summer road trip season! We don’t know about you, but most of our childhood family summer vacations were filled with recurring games of I Spy! See if you can find the listed items in each image’s description. Happy Hunting!

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I Spy with my little eye, the words “Phila. PA” and 7 colorful flags.

Model of the Steamboat ‘The Republic’,” c. 1910 by Franz Brandt 

I Spy with my little eye, a bright blue cushion, a pen, and a bonnet!

The Thorny Path,” 1873 by Thomas Couture

I Spy with my little eye, 4 camels, a drum, and two wood boxes.

 “Street in Constantinople,” 1867, by Alberto Pasini

I Spy with my little eye two perched birds, one jumping dog, and a well.

 “Street in an Italian Village,” 17th century, by Frans de Momper

I Spy with my little eye 2 samurai swords, one blue wind sock, and 2 paper fans.

Kusatsu, from the serues Fifty-Three Stations of the Tokaido Road with a fan (Suehiro gojusantsugi),” 1865 by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

  Jan Brueghel the Elder and Joos de Momper, A Summer Landscape with Harvesters, 1610 c., Toledo, Toledo Museum of Art, oil on canvas, 166,4 × 251,1 cm

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