Artists in California, Early Twentieth Century: From the Permanent Collection
The Museum’s Upstairs Gallery currently features select works from Northern and Southern California artists included in the Museum’s permanent collection. Laguna Art Museum’s collection consists of works from the early nineteenth century to the present day and features significant examples from all periods of California art.
Artists in California represents art from the early twentieth century and includes artists William Wendt, Joseph Kleitsch, Matteo Sandonà, Charles Rollo Peters, Frank Cuprien, Granville Redmond, Donna Schuster, and Mabel Alvarez, among others. Alvarez’s In the Garden is the most recent gift to the collection from Nancy Dustin Wall Moure.
This exhibition will be on display in the Upstairs Gallery through October 24, 2010.