PHILADELPHIA — California Impressionism presents more than 30 paintings that capture the sublime beauty of California from 1885 to 1931. Lent by The Irvine Museum, this traveling exhibition includes works by Franz Bischoff, Colin Campbell Cooper, Anna Hills, Granville Redmond, and Guy Rose, among others.
Arts & Humanities
Penn's Arthur Ross Gallery Presents California Impressionism: Masters of Light from the Irvine Museum
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