December 18, 2010 - April 10, 2011
Andrew Wyeth was not the only American realist of his time to find inspiration close to home. This exhibition of works drawn from the permanent collection highlights other American originals who ignored the dictates of modern art and developed personal styles rooted in their local environment. Included are works by John Marin, Martin Lewis, and Reginald Marsh.
Martin Lewis, Night in New York, 1932, etching, Director's Fund Purchase, 1960/1.371
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