|Turkey Feathers in Indian Pot by Georgia O'Keeffe, 1935.|
|O'Keeffe, Poppies, 1950,|
|If you like modern art, you'll be glad to know that the museum owns a Rothko.|
This is "Green, Red, Blue," created in 1955 by Mark Rothko. He displayed "the expression of man's basic emotions." Rothko was a leader of the Abstract Expressionists.
|The Horseman, 1966, by Russian Marc Chagall|
|Girl in Straw Hat, 1903, by the French artist Pierre Bonnard|
|Hark! The Lark, 1882, by American artist, Winslow Homer|
|Gilbert Stuart, famous for his iconic portrait(s) of George Washington, finished this portrait of Eliza Susan Morton (Mrs. Josiah Quincy) much later, in 1809.|
From the museum's website:In addition to the works in the Museum’s Collection galleries, there are a variety of changing exhibitions throughout the year..."
To learn more about The Milwaukee Museum go to: http://mam.org/
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