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Now on Exhibit
Joshua Meador River Homes 158
(New to Us) recently acquired palette knife works of Joshua Meador

Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Monthly - February 2013
"May Art be a Part of your Life"
Our gallery Celebrates California, American & Western Art,
Wednesdays through Sundays, 11:00 - 4:00
(and by appointment 707-875-2911)
1785 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay, CA 94923 /

Now on Exhibit
Kathi Hilton Palms 158
Paintings of the Mojave
by Kathi Hilton
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NicholasGreen (1987 -1994),
Pope John Paul II
& Clint Eastwood
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Linda Sorensen on
Iowa's Marvin Cone
Huell Howser Thumbnail
Huell Howser, Storyteller of
California's Gold, 1945 - 2013
Gallery News Map to the Gallery
Museum Exhibitions, Bay Area,
the Southland, & Beyond
Archives: Articles and
Gallery Exhibitions Past
News from
Neighboring Galleries
Bodega Bay's Nicholas Green,
John Paul II & Clint Eastwood
by Daniel Rohlfing

Here is a short twelve minute film from the Nicholas Green Foundation,
featuring interviews with Maggie and Reg Green. They relate the events surrounding Nick's death, and their decision to allow organ donation.

Prologue ... When young Nick Green peered out the window of his Bodega Bay home, he saw crashing breakers off Doran Beach and the immense blue Pacific beyond. The horizon mirrored his future, beautiful, wide and seemingly endless.

But intruding into his life was an errant bullet shot by inept highway robbers while his family vacationed in southern Italy.

Nick's family had long anticipated their trip to Italy. But the Greens became the victims of a botched highway robbery. Reg attempted to distance his young family from danger and sped away as shots rang out. But Nick, riding in back with his sister, had been hit. While on life support, but with hope gone, Maggie and Reg Green told the doctors that Nicholas' organs could be donated.

Bell Tower of Bodega Bay

At the time, the Greens did not know that organ donation was scarcely practiced in Italy. Catholic tradition held that reverence for the dead and hope for the resurrection required sacred respect for the remains of those who have died. Forged over centuries and buttressed by orthodoxy, this was why modern day Italians seldom practiced or even considered organ donation.

Yet the Greens did not hesitate when asked to make their decision. They chose to allow Nick's organs to help others. Although they weren't aware of it at the time, their deision provided a loving example for the Italian nation and the world.

Nick's organs were harvested and given to seven Italian recipients. As word spread, the Greens' action gained the appreciation, admiration and recognition of the Italian people.

Italian school children and families who had received organ donations participated in creating a memorial to Nicholas' memory, even gaining the participation and blessing of his Holiness, Pope John-Paul II.

Just north of Bodega Bay is a monument, the Children's Bell Tower, created in memory of the life and death of Nicholas Green, and Maggie and Reg Green's willingess to offer the gift of life to others.

The Children's Bell Tower contains bells designed and donated from school children and familes who received organ donations throughout Italy. Each bell has inscriptions or art work created by these children commemorating Nicholas' life and his gift of life. In the center is a bell blessed and donated by Pope John-Paul II.

Bell Tower Bodega Bay
Bodega Bay Donations Bell
One of the Children's Bells

The Tower of the Bells is a must- see sight for Bodega Bay visitors who come, pause, ponder and shed a tear.

Nearly two decades after the tragic death of Nicholas Green, he is still making news. Most recently, Nicholas' story was told on the front page of the December 26th issue of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.

Eastwood Clint Fist Full of Dollars
Clint Eastwood in Fist Full of Dollars

In a touching article, Press Democrat reporter Chris Smith relates how Nicholas Green's story reverberates over distance and time, just as softly and clearly as the Tower of the Bells rings in an afternoon breeze.

The Green family has since moved from Bodega Bay and now lives in the hills north of Los Angeles not far from the Glendale freeway. Nick's father Reg, now 83, is still active in the cause for organ donation and the Nicholas Green Foundation, and often begins his day with a cardio walk in the San Rafael Hills. On one of these walks, he saw an imposing sight ahead in the mist, a large figure in an imposing flat brimmed hat. As he drew closer, he saw it wasn't a person at all, but a a piece of public art, a plywood silhouetted cutout of Clint Eastwood from the 1960's spaghetti western, A Fist Full of Dollars. The silhouetted figure was placed high in the hills to be noticed by drivers zooming by on the Glendale freeway.

A few weeks later, Reg walked the same trail, but something had changed. Instead of seeing Clint Eastwood's iconic pose, he saw a young man bent over picking up pieces of Clint after the image had been shattered by a vandal. The young man turned out to be the creator of the silhouette, an artist named "Justin." Reg sat and spoke with the Justin as he picked up his shattered art.

Justin expressed why he creates cutout silhouettes. He exlained his fascination for how intense modern civilization and images of the Old West coexist. Justin went on to tell Reg about other images he's placed along LA freeways, including John Wayne and Gene Autry.

After speaking, Justin settled back and listenened intently as Reg told his story. Reg told Justin about a piece of roadside art up north in Bodega Bay, the Children's Tower of the Bells. He related the entire story of Nicholas and their family vacation in Italy, and all that followed in its wake.

Before parting, Reg and Justin exchanged contact information. Soon afterward, Reg received word that Justin had replaced his cutout silhouette of Clint Eastwood, but this time, instead of Clint resting his right hand on his Colt 45, he was extending it outward, holding a bell for all to see. On the back of his silhouette, Justin retold the story of Nicholas Green and of the Children's Tower of the Bells in Bodega Bay, and asked hikers to ring the bell, and dedicate themselves to the cause of organ donation.

Clint Eastwood silhouette along the Glendale
Freeway. arm extended with a "Children's Bell."
Nicholas Effect Cover

And so, Nick's story grows.

Nick's story has been told in a book, The Nicholas Effect. The book is well known, and is often offered in hospitals to parents who find themselves in a situation similar to the one experienced by the Green Family.

A 1998 film entitled Nicholas' Gift told the story of the Green Family. It starred Jamie Lee Curtis and Alan Bates.

"A Fist Full of Hope"
The Press Democrat, 12/26/12
The Nicholas Green Foundation Back to the Top

Linda Sorensen and the Artists Who Inspire her Paintings
Linda Sorensen's Scenic Gallery Exhibition Patrons

Iowa's Marvin Cone 1891-1964
The first in a series of discussions by Linda L. Sorensen.

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A Marvin Cone "Cloudscape"

What is it about the work of various artists that inspires me in my landscape paintings?  Many of these painters were not California artists, and are not therefore focused on by galleries specializing in Early California Art, such as Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery.

Marvin Cone lived his life in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and his works reside mainly in the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art (and other museums) along with the works of his contemporary and friend Grant Wood.  The museum has presented exhibitions such as "The Sky's The Limit," featuring his cloud procession paintings.

He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in France, and spent time in Paris, traveling with Grant Wood.  He did not achieve great fame

Marvin Cone River Bend
Marvin Cone, River Bend #5, Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

during his lifetime although he was well respected by other painters.  Now, his river series and Stone City landscapes have auctioned for as much as $752,500, his barns for as much as $186,000, his clouds as much as $103,500, his rooms with doors as much as $99,880, and his abstract panels as much as $24,400.  (Few of his paintings have auctioned for less than $10,000 during the period covered by AskArt. This compares favorably with the best of California non-abstract painters.)

Obviously, his paintings are inspirational for their beauty. But there is a freedom of creativity behind them that is as much clarifying as liberating.  For example, he once stated, "The purpose of art is not to reproduce life, but to present an editorial, a comment on life.... The artist does not set out to imitate nature.

What would be the purpose of that?

Marvin Cone Painting with Clouds
Marvin Cone
painting with thunderheads

Let the camera with its clever mechanism imitate.  Art, such as poetry, music, and painting, is simply a portion of the experience of the artist. When we actually see ideals, they become real to us. Art traces an abstraction and makes it audible or visual.  It symbolizes the whole of life. We believe in something we can see."

Cone expressed a vision of truths through nature rather than a realistic depiction of rural scenes.  They "feel" real, evoking a

Marvin Cone Sketched Portrait
Marvin Cone Sketched Self Portrait

sense of home, of where we come from, of safety and comfort. Although the river series and Stone City paintings are from a region different from California, their beauty is not dissimilar from the hilly and rolling grassy landscapes with lines of trees of West Sonoma County and West Marin in California.  

Marvin Cone Barn No 1
Marvin Cone, Cook's Barn #1

They remind us that this earth's surface is the only and best home that we have and that we should appreciate it for nurturing us. His cloud-focused paintings with their complex layers provide a sense of exhilaration. And they show the value of a painter's having signature themes that he or she can elaborate upon and experiment with, without being bound by the exact appearance of the sky at one particular moment.  There is humor, too, as in the pointy-faced sheep poised precariously on slopes rolling away from the viewer, and in the eyes of pictures on the walls of his room paintings.

Further images can be seen in books about Marvin Cone and Grant Wood at the gallery.

The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art | Linda Sorensen's Page | Back to the Top

Huell Howser, California's Gold Golden Gate Bridge atop North TowerHuell Hoswer atop the North Tower of the Golden Gate Bridge.
"Oh my, how about that view?!"
Huell Howser, Storyteller of
"California's Gold," 1945 - 2013

Huell's boyish curiosity, gregarious nature, and his trademark Tennessee accent helped him become a widely loved California personality. His unique personal traits along with his extensive background in journalism lead him to create popular television series for PBS which explored the gems of California, the real nuggets of his California's Gold.

He was born northwest of Nashville in Gallatin, TN in 1945. After a stint in the marine corps, he served on the staff of Senator Howard Baker of Tennessee. This lead to an opportunity to do human interest stories for WSM TV in Nashville. Huell really enjoyed human interest

journalism, and remained active in it the rest of his life.

After moving to New York, Huell hosted WCBS-TV's "Real Life" Show. In 1981 he moved to Los Angeles. He first served as a weekend host of "Entertainment Tonight," while doing "Videolog" for PBS affiliate KCET. His affiliation with KCET eventually lead to an opportunity for Huell to host California's Gold. Although Huell would say it was California that was the star attraction of his broadcasts, it is fair to say that his personality and accent made him a welcome friendly voice for those who became fans of his shows.

Huell brought an outsider's curiosity and sense of newness to each episode. His accent and open style of questioning helped people open up before his microphone and camera. Many of the people who were interviewed by Huell commented how they were able to open up when Huell conversed with them. His style disarmed the normal defenses of an interviewee, eliciting wonderfully free- flowing conversational dialog.

With his crew adding great video, sound and top notch editing, each episode of California's Gold made for informative and entertaining excursions to all kinds of places and events around the state which would otherwise go unnoticed.

Huell had a home in Twentynine Palms, a community of independent minded desert dwellers just north of Joshua Tree National Monument in the high Mojave Desert. He was most supportive of the Twentynine Palms Community, including the artists who centered their activity around the Twentynine Palms Art Gallery.

Huell Howser discovers a nugget of California's Gold,
the marvelous art in Stockton's Haggin Museum

Huell Howser atop the Golden Gate's North Tower in 1993.
Kathi Hilton at her opening Twentynine Palms Art Gallery Labor Day 2012
Kathi Hilton at the opening of her California Desert Show
at the Twentynine Palms Art Gallery, Labor Day Weekend, 2012

One of the artists whom Huell befriended was Kathi Hilton. In September, Kathi was featured in an exhibit at the Twentynine Palms Art Gallery. Kathi's father, artist John W. Hilton, was one of the founding members of the gallery. Huell helped arrange for the exhibit, and hoped to attend. As Kathi prepared for this exhibit, she contacted our gallery, and we arranged to exhibit Kathi's paintings here after their showing in Twentynine Palms. We visited the opening of Kathi's show, and even had a telephone conversation with Huell Howser about meeting him at the opening. But when the time came, Huell had sent word to the exhibition that he was ailing and would not be able to attend.

Kathi Hilton was disappointed that Huell was not there, but there were nevertheless a large number of her other old friends and acquaintances at her opening. Since hearing of Huell's passing, Kathi is quite saddened and says that not only she, but all of California, lost a great friend.

Artists of all kinds appreciated Huell's unique set of talents, but landscape painters especially honor his love of California's extensive and diverse natural beauty. Looking for California's Gold is something painters appreciate.

Kathi Hilton & the California Desert Exhibition
at Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery - October - December, 2012
Huell Howser's California's Gold Page | Kathi Hilton's Page | Back to the Top
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News from our Gallery
    • Linda L. Sorensen's paintings continue on special exhibit at Local Color Artist Gallery in Bodega Bay (next to Terrapin Creek Cafe) only through Tuesday, February 5, 2013. Rik Olson's woodcuts are next there.

    • Gallery hours are Wednesdays through Sundays 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. although often earlier or later. We are also available for scheduled appointments, especially for those who wish to view the gallery on Mondays or Tuesdays. Please call Dan at the gallery and schedule a visit, or call him on his cellphone, 510-414-9821
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    Diego Rivera ... "I dream a lot. I do more painting when I'm not painting.
    It's in the subconscious.

    Aaron Copeland ... "Inspiration may be a form of superconsciousness, or perhaps of subconscious, I wouldn't know. But I am sure it is the antithesis of self-conscious."

    Aaron Copleland Conducting
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What's showing in Bodega Bay?
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Sign Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery
1785 Coast Highway One, Bodega Bay,
CA 94923, 707-875-2911 | Map & Location
Celebrating Early California, Western and American Art
- original paintings by famous artists of the past
Now showing ... "New to Us," Recently acquired works by Joshua Meador
plus Bodega Bay resident artists
Jean Warren (watercolors), Diane Perry (photography), and Linda Sorensen (oil paintings)
Bodega Bay Heritage Gallery Exterior
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The Ren Brown Collection
"Established in 1989 and specializes in contemporary art from both sides of the Pacific.
Now showing ... Persimmons and Winter Snow | Back to the Top

Ren Brown Collection

Local Color Gallery

Local Color Artist Gallery
Rik Olson, "Multi-Media"
(Linda Sorensen's show ends February 5)

Gallery Hours, daily 10 AM to 5 PM
1580 Eastshore Dr., Bodega Bay
707-875-2744 | | Back to the Top

Rik Olson
What's showing nearby?
in Sonoma, Napa & Marin Counties
Christopher Queen Gallery

IN DUNCANS MILLS Christopher Queen Galleries
3 miles east of Hwy 1 on Hwy 116 on the Russian River |707-865-1318| Back to the Top

Self Portrait of Xavier Martinez
Bobbi & Ron Quercia

IN DUNCANS MILLS Quercia Gallery
"Free Flight"
through March 30

Hours: 11am-5pm, Thur - Mon (707) 865-0243 | Back to the Top

Quercia Gallery Duncans Mills
Annex Galleries Santa Rosa IN Santa Rosa The Annex Galleries
specializing in 19th, 20th, and 21st century American and European fine prints
now showing ... Stanley William Hayter and the influence of Atelier

The Annex Galleries is a member of the International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA). | Back to the Top
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Lee Youngman

IN CALISTOGA the Lee Youngman Gallery
Featuring the work of contemporary painter Paul Youngman,
and the works of famed painter, Ralph Love (1907-1992) | Back to the Top
Left ... Lee Youngman, Right ... Paul Yougman

Paul Youngman

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IN TOMALES Tomales Fine Art
Host artist Janette LeGrue
Featuring local and national, award-winning artists:
Anne Blair Brown, Christin Coy, Timothy Horn, Debra Huse, Jeanette Le Grue,
John Poon, Randall Sexton, Brian Mark Taylor, and Antoinette Walker. /  
Open most weekends 12-5pm, and by appointment (707) 878-2525. | Back to the Top

Tomales Fine Art Gallery
Linda Ratzlaff

IN GRATON Graton Gallery

Opening Jan 20th, The Seventh Annual Invitational Exhibition
Graton Gallery | (707) 829-8912  |
9048 Graton Road, Graton CA 95444 | Open Wednesday ~ Saturday 10:30 to 6, Sunday 10:30 to 4

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IN BODEGA Bodega Landmark Gallery Collection
17255 Bodega Highway Bodega, California USA 94922 Phone 707 876 3477 | | Back to the Top
BBHPhoto Dennis Calabi

IN PETALUMA Calabi Gallery
Sebastopol's own famed master conservator Dennis Calabi brings his rare knowledge and experience
to present a tasteful and eclectic array of primarily 20th century artwork.


144 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA 94952 Call 707-781-94952 |Back to the Top
Right ... Yellow Eye (Protest) by Robert Pearson McChesney, 1946, Oil on Masonite

Vintage Bank Petaluma Thumbnail IN PETALUMA Vintage Bank Antiques
Vintage Bank Antiques is located in Historic Downtown Petaluma, corner of Western Avenue and Petaluma Blvd. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Warren Davis and the rest of the team at Vintage Bank Antiques has assembled a spectacular inventory of paintings. From the 18th Century to Contemporary Artists. We have paintings to suit every price point and collector level.
If you have a painting for sale, please consider Vintage Bank Antiques. Contact Warren Davis directly at
101 Petaluma Blvd. North, Petaluma, CA 94952, ph: 707.769.3097 | Back to the Top
Petaluma Arts Council Art Center IN PETALUMA Petaluma Arts Council
"... to celebrate local artists and their contributions and involve the whole community
4 Weavers: Contemporary Expressions of an Ancient Craft
through March 10 | Back to the Top

Petaluma Art Center
Photo:Anita Diamondstein
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Links to current museum exhibits relevant to Early California Art
The Greater Bay Area

The Walt Disney Family Museum
(See their new website!)

Special Exhibition: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
through Apri 14
This museum tells Walt's story from the early days.
(on the Parade Grounds) 104 Montgomery Street,
The Presidio of San Francisco, CA 94129
-- view location on Google Maps

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de Young Museum
Girl with a Pearl Earring:
Dutch Paintings from the Mauritshuis

Jan 26 - Jun 2

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San Francisco
California Historical Society

I See Beauty in this Life: A Photographer Looks at 100 Years of Rural California

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San Francisco
Legion of Honor

Royal Treasures from the Louvre
Louis XIV to Marie-Antoinette
Nov 17 - Mar 17

San Francisco Legion of Honor Museum
San Francisco
Contemporary Jewish Museum
- California Dreaming
Jewish Life in the Bay Area from
the Gold Rush to the Present
through Apr 28
-The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats
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Oakland Museum of California

ongoing Gallery of California Art
showcasing over 800 works from the OMCA's collection
Playing with Fire:
Artists of the California Studio Glass Movement
through Mar 24

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San Francisco

Lebbeus Woods, Architect through Jun 2
Garry Winogrand, through Jun 2

Selections from the SFMOMA Collection

Santa Rosa
Sonoma County Museum

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Santa Rosa
Charles M. Schultz Museum

Usable, Lovable Peanuts
December 15, 2012 to April 28, 2013

Charles M Schultz Museum Santa Rosa

Hearst Art Gallery
Revolutionary Island: Tales of Cuban History & Culture
The Sarah & Darius Anderson Collection
Through Mar 24

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Mission San Francisco de Solano Museum

featuring the famed watercolor paintings
of the California Missions
by Christian Jorgensen

Mission San Francisco de Solano in Sonoma CA

Sonoma Valley Museum of Art

551 Broadway, Sonoma CA 95476 (707) 939-7862

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Grace Hudson Museum

The Hupa People
through May 5

Grace Hudson Museum Bolinas
Bolinas Museum
featuring their permanent collection,

including Ludmilla and Thadeus Welch,
Arthur William Best, Jack Wisby, Russell Chatham,
Alfred Farnsworth.

(thumbnail right ... a portion of
Elizabeth Holland McDaniel's Bolinas Embarcadero.
The green roof building on Wharf Street
is the Bolinas Museum)
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Walnut Creek
Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts

Broadway Revealed:
Behind the Theater Curtain
Dec 6, 2012 - Feb 17

Lesher Ctr for the Arts Walnut Creek CA

San Jose
San Jose Museum of Art

approximately 2,000 20th & 21st century artworks including paintings, sculpture, new media, photography, drawings, prints, and artist books.

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Monterey Museum of Art
Chuck Close: Works on Paper
through Feb 17

Monterey Museum of Art

Palo Alto
Cantor Art Center at Stanford University

Rodin! The Complete Stanford Collection

Cantor Art Center at Stanford University
Crocker Art Museum
Approaching Infinity:
The Richard Green Collection of Meticulous Abstraction

through May 5 Sacramento
Capitol Museum

Governor's Portrait Gallery
Permanent Exhibits

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Stockton's Treasure!
The Haggin Museum

"if you've not visited yet, you must go!"

-Largest exhibition of Albert Beirstadt paintings anywhere,
-Joseph Christian Leyendecker,
(Norman Rockwell's mentor)
see our Newsletter article, April 2011
Southern California (and Arizona)

Los Angeles
Los Angeles Museum of Art

Art of the Americas, Level 3:
Artworks of paintings and sculptures from the colonial period to World War II— a survey of of art and culture
& "Levitated Mass"

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Irvine
The Irvine Museum
Lasting Impressions: Twenty Years of the irvine Museum
   through Jun 6
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Santa Barbara
The Santa Barbara
Museum of Art

Van Gogh to Munch: ongoing
Scenery, Story, Spirit: ongoing
California Dreaming, through Jun 16

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Palm Springs
Palm Springs Art Museum

Permanent Collection
American 19th century Landscape Painting

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San Diego
San Diego Museum of Art
Permanent Collection
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The Huntington Library

American Art Collection

Paintings by John Singer Sargent,
Edward Hopper, Robert Henri, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran, William Keith, Mary Cassatt, Thomas Hart Benton and many more.

Huntington Library Art Collection Pasadena

Norton Simon Museum

Vincent Van Gogh's Self Portrait, 1889
from the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
-Permanent collection, European paintings

Norton Simon Museum Pasadena Pasadena
Museum of California Art

White on Black: The Modernist Prints of Paul Landacre
through Feb 24
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Prescott, AZ
Phippen Museum

Through Navajo Eyes
through Feb 17
Phippen Museum Entrance Hwy 89
& Beyond
Seattle, WA
Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

Portland, OR
Portland Art Museum

Permanent Collection: American Art

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Washington D.C.
The Renwick Gallery

through Apr 28: The Civil War and American Art
Permanent ... Grand Salon Paintings
from the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Renwick Gallery Washington DC Chicago, IL
Art Institute of Chicago
Permanent collection:
the Impressionists
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Cedar Rapids, IA
The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
Grant Wood: In Focus

is an ongoing permanent collection exhibition.

Marvin Cone: An America Master
Sep 29 - Jan 30, 2013

Cedar Rapids Museum of Art Bentonville, AR
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Washington D.C.
The National Gallery

Permanent collection
American Paintings

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Philadelphia , PA
The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Philadelphia , PA
Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia Campus
Opening May 19
Barnes Foundation Campus Philadelphia Brooklyn, NY
The Brooklyn Museum
American Art
Permanent Collection
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New York , NY
The Whitney Museum of American Art

The largest selection of works by Edward Hopper
The Whitney Museum of American Art New York