Marsden Hartley: An American Nature

Every day, from Feb 11 - May 21
Frye Art Museum First Hill (Seattle)
This is an in-person event

American modernist artist Marsden Hartley created works that responded to the "Depression-era cultural and commercial desire for all things homegrown," declaring himself an American regionalist and attempting to construct new myths of the landscape through nature-inspired imagery. Inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Hartley dotted his nature paintings with signs of human life, estranging himself from the colonist notion of a distinction between man and nature. See for yourself at An American Nature, which presents works from across Hartley's prolific career.

Frye Art Museum

704 Terry Ave Seattle, WA 98104 Venue website

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