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Winslow Homer to Present-Day Chicago: An Exhibition of American Watercolors

November 29 – December 20, 1941

 
Emil Armin | Raymond Breinin | Ann Brockman | Ethel Crouch Brown | Eleanor Coen | J. Courtright | Gustaf Dalstrom | Charles Demuth | Richard A. Florsheim | Howard Giles | Ralf Henricksen | Winslow Homer | Edward Hopper | Earl Horter | R. Joansson | Andrene Kauffman | Beatrice S. Levy | George Luks | John Marin | Edgar Miller | Robert Moir | Maurice Brazil Prendergast | Frederick Remahl | John Singer Sargent | William S. Schwartz | Flora Showfield | Ethel Spears | Adrian Troy | John Walley | William Zorach
 
The Renaissance Society of the University of Chicago announces an exhibition of American water colors

"Winslow Homer to Present-Day Chicago"

Period of exhibition, November 29- December 20
109 Goodspeed Hall Ellis Avenue at 59th Street
Gallery open 2:00-5:00 Daily except Sunday

This show is part of the series A Year of American Art.

This text was taken from the exhibition announcement.

 

   
   
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