I don't think you'll regret visiting the Bridgestone Museum and Art Gallery (unless you don't like art, in which case you won't be reading this). Before going round the gallery itself, we had a welcome citron pressé and a peppermint tea at the ground floor Georgette cafe which is clean and modern with efficient staff and a good choice of drinks, sandwiches and cakes. The Art Collection is extensive and very good indeed. There are fine Impressionists and a broad spectrum of other works, and in various rooms given to self portraits, portraits, nudes and other subjects are some examples of supreme pieces. Among a host of extremely interesting Japanese artists you'll find the works of Picasso, Monet, Renoir, Degas, Sisley – indeed most of the usual suspects. With this breadth of choice, Still Lifes (or is it Lives?), Rivers, Mountains, Seascapes, Ancient Artefacts and many others all vie for supremacy. We were in there for a couple of hours and could easily have spent longer.
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