We were attending a family event in near-by Cranberry (a strip mall-laden bland suburb) when we found out about the gallery on Tripadvisor. It's an idiosyncratic collection reflecting the founder's taste--everything from Hudson River School paintings to seascapes to the art of the European Grand Tour. As noted, it's a step back in time to the pre-Impressionists and reminds me of smaller galleries in London. We were the only visitors and the docent was very friendly and knowledgeable. It was complete surprise to find it and I'm glad we visited.
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