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Escape from your daily desktop concerns with this exhibition from the Smithsonian, featuring watercolors, pastels, and drawings by artists such as Edward Hopper, Stuart Davis, William H. Johnson, John Steuart Curry, Jacob Lawrence, and Sam Francis. From a 1937 black & white, pen and ink, drawing by Isabel Bishop showing a man playing cards, to a 1951 abstract by David Smith that suggests a tropical jungle in vibrant green and yellow, to Andrew Wyeth's watercolor representation of a field in winter, November 1st, 1950, there are bound to be at least a few places and things you have never seen on your computer before. There's also a Stuart Davis' bright watercolor, Abstraction, 1937; a conte crayon self portrait by John Steuart Curry from 1928, and Edward Hopper's landscape, White River at Sharon, 1937 - around forty new vistas in all.
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Date of Scout Publication 2010-01-15
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/Reports/ScoutReport/2010/scout-100115#8

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