American Watercolor : Exploring Watercolor in the Museum's Permanent Collection

From the idyllic landscape of John Wesley Little's Untitled (Boy on a Horse in a Landscape) to the abstract shapes of Bob Kane's Windmill in Mykonos, American watercolor has evolved from the 1900s - 1990s. The Charles H. MacNider Art Museum has over thirty watercolors in its Permanent Collection. This virtual exhibition features a selection of these artworks, spanning the twentieth century, highlighting the range and variety within the media.

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American Watercolor