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A interesting visit to Metropolitan Museum of Art I have recently visit Metropolitian Museum of Art. This is the first time I visit museum in New York city, my first impression for this art museum is tremendous and inspiring. It’s a multi-culture museum, there are sculptures and paintings from all around the world. After two hours of touristing, I was attracted by a painting, which is located in second floor, in American wing section. This painting is oil-on-canvas in 1851 by artist Emanuel Leutze, the name of the painting is Washington crossing the Delaware. The painting is surrounded by a gold color frame, and there are stars engraved into the frame in each side. Right at the top of the frame there is an eagle with wings wide open,

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