Brooklyn Museum of Art
Masters of Color and Light: Homer, Sargent, and
the American Watercolor Movement
March 20 through July 5, 1998
Sunday Morning Appledore, 1912
Masters of Color and Light: Homer, Sargent, and the American Watercolor Movement, drawn entirely from the Museum's renowned permanent collection, will present for the first time m nearly fifteen years some one hundred fifty works by American masters from the late eighteenth to the mid twentieth century. The exhibition, on view March 20 through July 5, 1998, celebrates the one-hundred-seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Museum's collections by highlighting an area in which the Brooklyn Museum of Art was an early pioneer.
George Copeland Ault
Woodstock Landscape, 1938
Text and photos courtesy of Brooklyn Museum of Art
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