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Visual Arts Review: Clark Art Institute — America Discovers Rodin

July 31, 2022
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Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern is the show of the summer in the Berkshires — remarkably extensive, with 25 works on paper and 50 sculptures in terra cotta, plaster, marble, and bronze.

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Visual Arts Review: Winslow Homer at The Clark – The Painter and the Printmaker that Almost Was

August 21, 2013
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No one associates Winslow Homer with abstraction, but Sleigh Ride (1893) indicates that he at times ventured into the non-figurative borders of landscape painting Edgar Degas was exploring in France at the same time.

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