See the Dayton Art Institute from sweet 360-degree view

    2:32 p.m Friday, March 17, 2017 Homepage
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The Dayton Art Institute during the fall closed The Dicke Wing of American Art and the Berry Wing of European Art for renovations. The Berry Wing will reopen Jan. 4. STAFF FILE PHOTO

See the Dayton Art Institute from a whole new perspective! Check out this 360-degree view of one of the most popular wings of the museum.

In the Berry Wing of European Art, Sir Joshua Reynolds’ rendition of Henry, 8th Lord Arundell of Wardour, looks life-sized in his regal red robe. The painting was a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Price Jr. and greets visitors as they pass from gallery 212 to 213.

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