Mississippi Museum of Art
American Landscapes from the MMA Permanent Collection
Mississippi Museum of Art proudly announces the opening of "American Landscapes from the Permanent Collection," which features a selection of paintings and works on paper from the MMA's growing Permanent Collection. Spanning nearly 200 years, this exhibition continues to explore concepts about American art and the American landscape evidenced in the recent presentation of "The American West." The survey begins with early landscape practitioners, progresses throughout the nineteenth century and continues through the end of the twentieth century. In addition to oil paintings and watercolors, the exhibition includes photographs and graphite and mixed-medium drawings. (left: Joseph R. Meeker, Day on the Yazoo, 1885, oil on canvas. Purchase. Collection of Mississippi Museum of Art)
Over 100 works by nearly 80 artists including Edward Henry Potthast, Joseph Meeker, George Inness, Robert Hubbard, Thomas Moran, Eudora Welty and Tom Rankin.are featured in this exhibition which opened June 17 and continues through August 6, 2000.
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For further biographical information on selected artists cited above please see America's Distinguished Artists, a national registry of historic artists.
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