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Subdued Hues: Mood and Scene in Southern Landscape Painting, 1865–1925
November 18, 1999 - January 16, 2000
Estill Curtis Pennington has selected landscapes from the Morris Museum’s collection and from ten other museums and four private collections to address the question of how landscape painting in the South differed from works created in the same time period by American artists in other areas of the country. In the exhibition and the accompanying catalogue, Mr. Pennington explores the concept of landscape art as a reflection of the national mood.