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Watercolor painting of assorted fruits and vessels on a cloth-covered tabletop, including a prominent blue jug, all painted gauzily in bright blues, greens, yellows, and reds. Watercolor painting of assorted fruits and vessels on a cloth-covered tabletop, including a prominent blue jug, all painted gauzily in bright blues, greens, yellows, and reds. An iPad painting of the edge of a pond. A lily pad sits in the water while the grasses and ferns at the water's edge reflect in the water. An iPad painting of the edge of a pond. A lily pad sits in the water while the grasses and ferns at the water's edge reflect in the water. A junction point of an art gallery with steel-gray walls, Grant Wood's "American Gothic" prominently at left and a woven basket, Thomas Hart Benson's "Cotton Pickers," and Jacob Lawrence's "The Wedding" at right. A junction point of an art gallery with steel-gray walls, Grant Wood's "American Gothic" prominently at left and a woven basket, Thomas Hart Benson's "Cotton Pickers," and Jacob Lawrence's "The Wedding" at right.

Examine Paul Cezanne’s distinctive approach to art making up close, see how David Hockney’s embrace of contemporary technology has shaped his artistic explorations, and discover a more expansive view of American art.

Summer 2022

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