past exhibitions
The World Around Them: Works on Paper from the Great Lakes Region
3.5.11 – 5.1.11

Ford Graphics Gallery

The Flint Institute of Arts has an outstanding collection of works of art by artists of the Great Lakes Region, which includes New York, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. In the past decade, the collection has expanded dramatically in breadth and depth to include hundreds of examples from the most significant artists of this region including Charles Burchfield, Clarence Carter, John Curry, Zoltan Sepeshy, Clyde Singer, and William Sommer. This exhibition features 40 works on paper, offering a glimpse into the everyday life that surrounded these artists during the first half of the 20th century. Subject matter includes depictions of the shorelines of the Great Lakes, industry and commerce, rural landscapes and cityscapes.
Gospel Singers

John Steuart Curry
American, 1897–1946
A Wisconsin Landscape
watercolor on paper, ca. 1936–40
12 x 12 inches
Courtesy of the Isabel Foundation, Inlander Collection, L2003.62
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