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Having worked in the hospital, you always go through the Rotunda where this mural is. It's absolutely stunning when you actually look at it carefully, and look at the history and story that it's trying to tell.
I really love the detail and imagery involved,...More
My favourite mural is Diego Rivera’s in the foyer of the DIA in Detroit. I would return to see it over and over again. Actually any mural by the ‘Mexican muralists’ is attractive in my ‘view.’
Forgive me but I roll my eyes when people...More
The murals are in the hospital's main entrance hall..Unfortunately, they don't have great lighting, but the details are interesting if you get the pamphlet that explains the stories You will appreciate the works a lot more
Like everyone else from our ship we walked across the street to the Hospital to see the murals. They are certainly an important part of this community and a great attraction. There are seats in the lobby so it was also a chance to take...More
To see the Jordi Bonet murals, located in the lobby of the Curtis Hospital in the center of St. Anthony’s, park across the street by the Grenfell Museum. This attraction was a photostop for me. I didn’t know what to expect so seeing a circular...More
I wasn't expecting much but the murals really are very well done. There are pamphlets scattered about explaining the meaning behind each panel.
Shame the rotunda is so dimly lit. There is some sun that filters in when it's sunny so best to go when...More
This is definitely a "destination" work of art. I am surprised that people are not planning trips just to see it. Unfortunately, the rotunda where it takes up all the wall space (floor to ceiling) is terribly dimly lit. Take pictures with flash and look...More
It was recommended by our travel guide to take a few minutes to view the Murals in the rotunda of the local hospital. They were very intriguing. The room was quite dark; but the pictures I took brightened them considerably. Worth while detour.
The murals are in the hospital lobby across the street from tourism office in St. Anthony. If you are at the tourism office or waiting for a boat trip cross the street and check them out. They cover the walls in the lobby. I was...More