One side of an open postcard that folds out with 9 views of original works of art in the Fine Arts Gallery in San Diego's Balboa Park. Images of "Young Man" by Rembrandt and "Marques de Sofraga" by Goya. The Fine Arts Gallery was later renamed the San Diego Museum of Art. What follows is the descriptive matter printed on the back of the address portion of the postcard: These pictures represent original works of art in the permanent collection of the Fine Arts Gallery in San Diego's Balboa Park. This famous collection is valued at over $4,000,000 and contains Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Flemish, German and French Old Masters such as Titian, Velasquez, Goya, El Greco, Rembrandt, Rubens and Van dyck to mention a few. In addition to the Old Masters, the collection contains fine examples of Asiatic and contemporary arts.