American 20th-21st Century Southwest Landscape Painting

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(above: Franz Arthur Bischoff, Zion Park, before 1929. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)


Seasons of the Desert: Landscapes of the American Southwest is a 2018 exhibit at the Gilcrease Museum which says: " Each painter in this exhibit depicts the desert as a vibrant place, worthy of an artist's brush, not a desolate wasteland. By showing the cycle of the seasons in the Southwest, this exhibition explores how artists helped change impressions of American deserts and inspires an appreciation for the unique southwestern landscape." Accessed 5/18


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