Character and Crisis: Printmaking in America, 1920-1950
Popular consciousness of Depression-era has been shaped by American artists' imagery. Exhibit explores the economic, political and social upheaval in the U.S. from stock market crash to World War II's end. More than 50 works by Edward Hopper, Charles Sheeler, Thomas Hart Benton, Peggy Bacon, and others are featured, many on loan from the Ken Trevey collection at UC Santa Barbara. Exhibit is in the Robert and Karen Hoehn Family Galleries in Founders Hall.
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5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
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