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August 17, 2013 - November 24, 2013

Emilio Sanchez, En el Souk, 1973/1974/1975, Lithograph.

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This installation features more than two dozen works that have been acquired by the Museum since 2010, representing abroad range of style and subject matter. Highlights include a seminal early Montauk scene by the Hudson River School painter Thomas Moran, as well as later Long Island landscapes by Max Weber, Bruce Lieberman, and Darragh Park. Also on display are abstract works by Theodore Stamos, Nicolas Carone, and Stanley Twardowicz, as well as photographs by Joe Constantino, N. Jay Jaffee, and Neil Scholl. Of special interest is a group of lithographs focusing on light and the geometry of architecture by the Cuban-American painter Emilio Sanchez, and abstracted, textural landscapes by contemporary American painter Ben Frank Moss.

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