The Land Beneath Our Feet

Trying to beat this absolutely unbearable heat? Now is the perfect time to check out the new exhibition at the SMART Museum of Art!

This exhibition presents pieces from the museum’s personal collection that explores themes of American space and place between 1850 and 1945:

“The scope of the exhibition falls between 1850 and 1945, a period of tremendous social and artistic development for the United States. Many of the great 19th century American artists are featured, including George Inness, Jasper Francis Cropsey, James McNeill Whistler, William Merritt Chase, and Winslow Homer. The exhibition covers the 1913 Armory Show through pieces by artist-organizersArthur Davies and Walt Kuhn, and it includes many rarely displayed photographs from this fascinating moment in American history.”

Don’t miss the opportunity to see some great American art! The exhibition runs until August 25. Click here for museum hours and information.

Posted on by Beatrice Brittan Posted in Around Town, Visual Arts

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