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Inspired by Nature: American Landscape Painting 1900-1945

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Exhibit of American landscape paintings from the first half of the 20th century at the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art. Includes local, regional and national artists.

Inspired by Nature: American Landscape Painting 1900-1945


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