Maine’s Lithographic Landscapes:Town & City Views, 1830-1870
During the nineteenth century, Americans celebrated their towns and cities through printed landscapes. In Maine, lithographs were commissioned from such leading artists as Fitz Henry Lane and talented lesser known local artists, such as Cyrus William King. Bringing these remarkable works together for the first time, this exhibition commemorates the bicentennial of Maine statehood and Bowdoin College’s 225th anniversary.
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