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Image #01: Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building: Opening to the public on September 15, 2007, the building has been renovated and expanded by Gluckman Mayner Architects with new galleries and study centers. (Photo: Copyright David Heald)

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Image #02: Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building: A view from the first floor lobby through the rotunda to the expansive special exhibitions gallery. Opening to the public September 15, 2007, the Perelman Building has been renovated and expanded by Gluckman Mayner Architects with new galleries and study centers. (Photo: Copyright David Heald)

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Image #03: Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building: A dramatically torqued wall, clad in concrete brick, extends the length of the canted Skylit Galleria. Opposite is the original rear-facing exterior wall, preserved and integrated under the skylight with the new addition. The entrance lobby, original to the 1927 building, is seen at right, with its Deco fixtures, finishes and marble flooring. Opening to the public on September 15, 2007, the Perelman Building has been renovated and expanded by Gluckman Mayner Architects with new galleries and study centers. (Photo: Copyright David Heald)

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Image #04: The Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building

The Philadelphia Museum of Art and to the right, the Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building, with its red terracotta roof.Opening to the public on September 15, 2007, the Perelman Building has been renovated and expanded by Gluckman Mayner Architects with new galleries and study centers. (Photo: Graydon Wood)

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Image #05: The Squirrel of Thrift and the Pelican of Charity

The “Squirrel of Thrift” and the “Pelican of Charity,” two gilded terracotta figures designed by sculptor Lee Lawrie, cap the towers of the original Art Deco building.

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Image #06: The Dog of Fidelity

The “Dog of Fidelity,” a central motif of the historic building, watches over the monumental entrance.

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Image #07: Perils by Sea

Sculptor Lee Lawrie's relief panel “Perils by Sea,” glitters after restoration.

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Image #08: Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman

Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman
Photo: Alan Kolc

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Image #09: Richard Gluckman

Richard Gluckman
Photo: Kelly and Massa Photography

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Image #10: Joan and Bernard Spain

Joan and Bernard Spain
Photo: Kelly and Massa Photography

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Image #11: The Four Elements: Water

The Four Elements: Water, 1914, Paul Manship (American, b. 1885). Bronze: 37 1/2 x 68 3/4 inches. Gift of Marguerite and Gerry Lenfest in honor of Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman, 2006

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Image #12: Library Reading Room

A view of the library reading room in the Perelman building, with bronze plaques by Paul Manship, representing the four elements. (Photo: Sahar Coston)

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