A couple of posts back, I told you I took a trip up to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. I forgot to mention the inside of the building which is massive and gorgeous. I’m not going to lie, I almost tripped on the stairs looking at all the amazing columns, murals , skylights and statues before me at the entrance.
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Last weekend, my old man and I drove to a vintage shop in south end Boston to scope out some thrift stores and we stumbled across an Asian antique store by the name of Asia Galleries. Naturally, I had to go in and check it out, this antique store is amazing. The store is jammed packed with 18th century Buddhas, 1940s Japanese screens, ceramic vases, oriental rugs, Japanese tables and altars from different periods, Asian folk art, samurai artifacts, garden lanterns, bronze dragons, amulets, kimonos, dolls, jewelry, paintings and more. You can literally spend hours pondering the origins of each antique and the interesting background stories behind them.
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