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Exhibition Images

Art For the People: 20th Centruy Social Realism

April 26 through September 11, 2011

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RICHARD FLORSHEIM (American, 1916-1979), Poles in a Landscape, 1936, egg tempera on paper board, 14 1/2 x 21 1/4 inches. Museum Permanent Collection 1999.104. Gift of the Richard A. Florsheim Art Fund JAMES DAUGHERTY (American 1889-1974), Untitled, from the series Modernist Heroic Figures, circa 1933-39, watercolor and pencil on paper, 12 x 13 inches. Museum Permanent Collection 2006.24.3. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob and Sandra Schwalb JOHN SLOAN (American, 1871-1951), Bobcat Wins, 1926, etching with aquatint, ed. of 100, 2 Ĺ x 3 ĺ inches. Museum Permanent Collection 2007.2.3. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Carman
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