Barnes Foundation


Barnes Foundation
Barnes Foundation is listed in the Art Instruction & Schools category in Merion Station, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Barnes Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Barnes Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

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300 N Latches Ln
Merion Station, PA 19066
(610) 667-0290
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#StudentStories: “I have always appreciated art, but knew little about it and have never studied it. Through a Barnes class, I am slowly learning to see and beginning to appreciate the depth of art. Without the Barnes scholarship, I would not have access to this learning.” Art is for everyone. Learn more at

Happy birthday to Ernest Lawson, a painter born on this day in 1873! #meetyourmasterpiece Ernest Lawson. Landscape…

Happy birthday to Ernest Lawson, a Canadian-American landscape painter born on this day in 1873! Lawson, a member of The Eight—a group of American painters who rebelled against the academic standards of the early 20th century—focused on landscape painting throughout his career. His painting style was influenced by his early studies with the American impressionist painters John Twachtman and J. Alden Weir and his formative years painting in France. #meetyourmasterpiece 🎨 Ernest Lawson. Landscape with Gnarled Trees, c. 1910

Have you spotted (or sat on) Philadelphia artist Virgil Marti’s "Doppelgänger"? You can find one opulent “pouf” at the Barnes and the other at locations all over the city—as of today, it is at Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse in Fairmount Park. Read about Marti, the “flâneur” of Fabric Row in Queen Village, in philly artblog. #PersonoftheCrowd is on view through May 22. FREE with collection admission. Plan your visit today: Major support for Person of the Crowd provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.
When he was approached by the Barnes Foundation to be involved in the Person of the Crowd project, about flânerie (the art of strolling, idling), Virgil Marti thought to himself, I’m not a flâneur, am I? But then he thought again about the idea of walking the streets and thinking and observing and w...

#IShopMuseums: Has the Holland themed #PhiladelphiaFlowerShow renewed your love for Dutch blooms and scenery?…

#BarnesinBloom. Happy first day of spring! Helleborus niger ‘Double Fantasy’ is thriving under recent snowfall at…

#BarnesinBloom. Happy first day of spring! 🌼 🌸 Thriving under a blanket of snow that fell at the #BarnesArboretum in Merion last week is Helleborus niger ‘Double Fantasy’, a pure white double-flowered form of the “Christmas rose” hellebore. After years of obscurity, the very hardy, long-lived perennial hellebores are becoming a more common feature of the winter landscape, their evergreen leaves and winter-blooming flowers adding life to the otherwise dormant season. Stay on top of all the fun happenings when our arboretum opens for the season! Sign up for horticulture e-mails here:

TOMORROW NIGHT: Dreading the Monday (and winter) blues? We've got you covered with a ❤️ warming and awe-inspiring film on March 20 from 7:30–9:05 pm at the Barnes. Flânerie or aimless urban wandering—a central theme in our #PersonfoftheCrowd exhibition—becomes a source of inspiration for screenwriter Gil during his midnight walks in Paris. 👉Tickets are $14; members and students $7

Seen these around Philly yet? @StreetsDept exposes the street art side of #PersonoftheCrowd

Guess who's taking over our Instagram for 7 days? @StreetsDept exposes the street art side of #PersonoftheCrowd…