Highlights From the William J. Glackens Collection

The exhibition covers the artist from 1892, when he made a living as an artist/reporter, to 1938, the year of his death, when he was internationally known as America’s Renoir. The encyclopedic collection boasts a wide variety of examples of Glackens’s artistry, including casual crayon sketches, a unique hand-carved wooden panel, rare etchings and family photographs. The exhibit runs through February 2015.
Thu., Dec. 25, 2014