I last visited here in 1971, and things are pretty much unchanged. My biggest disappointment was that the rooms with the Druer collection were closed, that was my main reason for going. The rest of the collection is excellent with many great pieces of art. But I don't understand why a major museum like this does not use non-glare glass in their frames. Many pieces were difficult to see as this very old building does not meet contemporary standards for displaying fine art.
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