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Denver Art Museum hosts Impressionist Plein-Air Landscape Paintings

William Glackens - Bathing at Bellport, Long Island, 1912 - Brooklyn Museum ; bequest of Laura L. Barnes.

DENVER, CO – Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism celebrates the great outdoors with some of the finest examples of mid- and late-19th century French and American landscape paintings. Organized by the Brooklyn Museum of Art with works from its own collection, this traveling exhibition offers a broad survey of landscape painting as practiced by renowned artists including Monet, Courbet, Daubigny, Renoir, William Glackens,  and Sargent. Opening at the Denver Art Museum on June 13, 2008, Landscapes features 40 paintings and will continue through September 7, 2008.