Over Lunch at the Museum

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Over Lunch at the Museum

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Over lunch last week, some Museum staffers noted that in all the time they have been part of Reynolda House (decades!) more works from the Museum's American art collection are currently on view than any time they could remember -- especially the masterpieces that so many visitors ask for!

Through December 8, a total of 11 works are on view in both in the historic house gallery exhibitions, Partisans: Social Realism in American Art and Reynolda Moderns, and another 18 are on view as part of Things Wondrous & Humble: American Still Life in the main gallery.  Add the works on view throughout the Historic House (32) and the grand total is 61 works from the Museum’s renowned American art collection on view through this Sunday. Yes, now is the time to come see your favorite Reynolda works of art!

Tip: both Georgia O’Keeffe’s Pool in the Woods and Thomas Hart Benton’s Bootleggers are on view now. They are among the most requested by visitors and scholars, but because of their delicate make-up can only be on view for limited periods of time.

 

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