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May 1 - May 5: What's New?

The latest on Google Arts & Culture

Museum Hop to Three New Locations in Street View
Brand new Street View let's you explore three new top museum and gallery locations. Take a stroll around historic planes, trains and automobiles at the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation; visit the impactful installations at the Warsaw Rising Museum; and discover German art from the Renaissance and Reformation at LACMA.

The Art That Survived the Festival of Britain
In the spring of 1951, the UK threw a huge party. After years of war and austerity, the Festival of Britain opened to showcase achievements in science, technology, industry, architecture and the arts at venues across the country. Much of what was built for the Festival was dismantled at its close but some remarkable examples have survived. This new online exhibit celebrates the surviving works from the Festival, illustrated with photographs from the Historic England Archive.

Meet the Masters of Ukiyo-e
Utagawa Hiroshige and Tsukioka Yoshitoshi were two of the last masters of the Japanese art ukiyo-e. Explore their atmospheric work in this new online exhibit from the Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park.

The Real Cowboys
Erwin E. Smith made a name for himself as one of the best photographers of cowboy life in the early 1900s. His photographs in this new online exhibit from the Amon Carter Museum of American Art provide a snapshot of life on the open range.

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