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“Varied and Untried”: Early Twentieth-Century American Painting from the James and Barbara Palmer Collection

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Marsden Hartley, Mountains in Stone, Dogtown, 1931

This exhibition highlights many of the ashcan realists and modernists of the early decades of the twentieth century, including Charles Demuth, Marsden Hartley, Georgia O’Keefe, and John Sloan, who were willing to pursue subjects and styles both “varied and untried” as they charted largely untested terrain in a new century.

“Varied and Untried”: Early Twentieth-Century American Painting from the James and Barbara Palmer Collection continues through May 5, 2013.

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