Everson Museum of Art
American Ship Portraits & Marine Painting, Introduction; essay by Philip Chadwick Foster Smith (1/8/09)
Frederic Remington: Illustrator, Sculptor, Painter (2/20/02)
Public Works of Art Project of 1934: Works on Paper (1/24/00)
The John F. Marsellus Collection of Federal Duck Stamp Prints and Duck Stamps (1/24/00)
Two Hundred Years of American Art: 1746-1946 (12/14/99)
20th Century Sculpture from the Collection of the Everson Museum of Art (6/16/99)
Larry Clark: Tulsa at Everson Museum of Art (4/10/99)
Mark Alice Durant: The Battle of Evermore (2/3/99)
American Realism: The Sara Roby Foundation Collection from the National Museum of American Art (3/2/99)
Recent Work: Carrie Mae Weems, 1992-1998 (12/14/98)
Everson Museum of Art is located at 401 Harrison Street, across from the War Memorial in downtown Syracuse, off Interstate 81, exit 18. Please see the museum's website for hours and admission fees.
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