Collectors know this is an historically important painting, but Philly hasn’t grasped it yet and only shows it once in a while:
|Peter Doig, Figure in Mountain Landscape II, 1998-9|
Look at all the redundancy in the modern galleries before you tell me about space restrictions. The expansion in three years will make room for more head-scratchers. Expanding could have been a way to respect the John G. Johnson's estate's wish for keeping its collection together (once the courts rule the museum's way there's no looking back), and do the same for Arensberg, instead they keep major Arensberg gifts in storage and hang Johnson's Veroneses and Titians above eye level. Without Arensberg and Johnson it's a quaint regional museum.
Their Demuth and Sargent watercolors are up now though.