BYU Museum of Art Presents Wide Open Spaces Exploring Painting Techniques that Capture the Grandeur of the American Southwest

The BYU Museum of Ar presents Wide-Open Spaces an exhibition on view through March 10, 2012.

The exhibition presents 80 paintings by a variety of early 20th-century artists. This exhibition explores the artistic innovations in color, composition and technique developed by these artists to capture the grandeur of the region. It will include works drawn from the Museum of Art’s permanent collection as well as the Diane and Sam Stewart Art Collection, currently on loan to the museum.

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