The tranquil garden setting includes this grand piano, set before a waterfall.
Rather than merely replicate the "real world" paintings, this museum pairs a painting from the Boston museum with a photograph of an in-world subject inspired by the painting.
The entrance to the museum.
As Mr. Noonan says: " In some cases the connection [between the paired painting/photograph] will be obvious; in others the connection is more subtle."
"Portrait of a Mystery Woman," by Nerk Noonan.
Each painting/photograph pair also contains an information button, which dispenses a notecard. The notecard provides details on both the painting and the accompanying photograph, including the model (if known).
Monet's "Field of Poppies" paired with Noonan's "Zee in a Field of Flowers"
Though I am no artist, I find the idea quite intriguing.