Well, OK, that first one is actually the park by the Merion train station as you walk to the Barnes, and that seems like argument enough for keeping the Barnes where it is rather than sticking it in the car-congested Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
And the above is on North Latch's Lane, on the walk to the Barnes. OK, all the rest of these are from the Barnes.
One of the Jacques Lipchitz reliefs that Barnes commissioned for the gallery exterior. The buildings below are part of Barnes's living quarters, now used as administration buildings and not open to the public.
Some of the African-influenced tiles at the front entrance. The little pagoda below is also in the front.
The birdbath in the rose garden. There's a shot farther down that shows the layout of the rose garden.
I like the shot above because it reminds me of a Jackson Pollock action painting.