The Cleveland Museum of Art remains one of our great pleasures in going between our Maine and Arizona studios twice a year. With the richest endowment of any art museum in the United States, it has been able to build recent wings and facilities that make it over twice it's size from its original classical building that was constructed in 1916. The new complex is so large that, last year, we couldn't find our way out after viewing the collection.
(A guard mentioned to me that the staff still get lost).
But the new signing makes it much easier to find all that you need to find including restrooms and dining.
What can I show you from there? I think this David is available but if I can download some others that I prefer, I'll attach them to a second post. David: Cupid and Psyche
This "Road Menders at St. Remy" is at the Cleveland Museum also and I'm simply noting that since the reproduction treats the painting badly. The color and light are tremendous in the real painting.