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Get to the Getty in Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Get to the Getty in Los Angeles

Vincent van Gogh’s Irises Touch Our Private Tour This was at one time the most expensive painting ever sold (~$54M in 1987).  Painted in 1889 by Vincent van Gogh while he was institutionalized before his death, this painting is part of series painted in the asylum garden.  Our Los Angeles private tour guests were especially moved…

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Saint Monica in Santa Monica 150 150 admin

Saint Monica in Santa Monica

Our Private Tour Guests Reflect on Families as the Sun Sets in Santa Monica Wilshire Boulevard is the “Main Street” of Los Angeles.  For 18 miles the wide roadway connects downtown Los Angeles to the ocean in Santa Monica.  Traffic on this main road of a major city can often leave our guides praying for salvation…

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Still Life on Sunset Boulevard 150 150 admin

Still Life on Sunset Boulevard

A Favorite Home to Pass By on A Private Los Angeles Tour The front lawn of 10000 Sunset Boulevard in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles seems always to be quite busy.  People, children and pets are all engaged in life activities in a perpetual tableau.  These are all sculpted works on display in front of this…

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Burning Sensation – Kobe Bryant as Art 150 150 admin

Burning Sensation – Kobe Bryant as Art

Lakers Star Stars in Wood Art Not only do we encounter art all around Los Angeles but sometimes we run into the people who make art.  As our readers know our guides are all fully aware of the art museums, installations and art activities throughout the Los Angeles area and in particular downtown, Hollywood, Beverly…

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Art at a Hollywood Bus Stop 150 150 admin

Art at a Hollywood Bus Stop

Art Becomes a Topic for Our Private Tour on the Way to the Hollywood Sign If this particular oft-appearing art installation does anything it slows traffic on this busy Hollywood street and draws eyes away from the Hollywood Sign clearly visible from this point.  If we were discussing tales of movie making and the stars…

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Stay or Go – Kikki Eder, Artist 150 150 admin

Stay or Go – Kikki Eder, Artist

Art is Everywhere to Be Seen on a Private Tour in Los Angeles We have art museums and art galleries galore all through Los Angeles.  Many of our private Los Angeles tour guests are not only interested in seeing the completed works of area artists but also want to see where those painters, sculptors and…

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Underground Art in Los Angeles Might Mean the Subway 150 150 admin

Underground Art in Los Angeles Might Mean the Subway

Transit Art for Our Private Tour Guests Means a Train Ride Visitors to Los Angeles, even local residents, do not immediately think of subway trains when they consider the idea of public transportation in our city.  Even trolley cars seem foreign despite the popularity of WHO FRAMED ROGER RABBIT.  All you see in our city…

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The Unconscious in Beverly Hills 150 150 admin

The Unconscious in Beverly Hills

A Private Tour of Public Art We cannot stress enough how much public art decorates the spaces and places of Los Angeles.  Everywhere we go there are inspiring murals, sculptures, fountains (some dry these droughty days) and installations.  Many are permanent, some temporary and some appear and disappear as though presented to us by art…

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Stan Cline Loves Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Stan Cline Loves Los Angeles

Stan Cline’s Painting Captures the Hollywood Tours of 1960 Fifty-five years later not much has changed.  The vehicles are a little more modern (with much better gas mileage) but our private Los Angeles tour guests in our luxury SUVs still get to see cut-away vans carting around groups of tourists listening to a microphone wielding…

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Palindrome Art in DTLA 150 150 admin

Palindrome Art in DTLA

Our Private Tour Explores Downtown Los Angeles In the continuing renaissance of downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) this block of Broadway (yes, just like New York’s Broadway) has old burlesque and movie palaces returning to use as entertainment venues.  As artists and free spirits move into the downtown district’s new lofts and apartments in office buildings…

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