The center is home to a permanent collection featuring the works of greats like Ansel Adams, Thomas Hart Benton
and Picasso, plus a number of traveling exhibits.
Finally, there's the Thomas Hart Benton
Home and Studio State Historic Site, which celebrates the life and work of Thomas Hart Benton
, a Kansas City-based painter who included musical references in many of his canvases.
Cotton Pickers, 1945, Thomas Hart Benton
(1889-1975), oil on canvas, 81.3 x 121,9cm.
In the South, one long wall displayed Ben Shahn's Farmers (1943), Peter Sekaer's Farmer, Dalton, Georgia (1936), Esther Bubley's Main Street, Saturday Afternoon, Shoppers, Tomhall, TX (1945), Thomas Hart Benton
's Tobacco Sorters (1942-44) (fig.
Thomas Hart Benton
, who painted prolifically during the first half of the 20th century and whose work, especially his murals, is instantly recognizable for its distinctly solid-yet-fluid style, has a lithograph in the show.
The last diary entry is dated July 3, 1896, while still on his western trip and working on a biography of Thomas Hart Benton
Thomas Hart Benton
: Discoveries and Interpretations
WALT WHITMAN heard America singing; Thomas Hart Benton
(1889-1975) heard the nation shouting, snapping its suspenders, slapping itself on the back, and dancing a buck-and-wing.
Paintings, drawings and sculptures by various artists will be featured as well, including art by Thomas Hart Benton
and Grant Wood.
Senator Thomas Hart Benton
of Missouri said that, after the war, leaders started focusing on the government becoming "wholly free" of debt.
THE EXHIBITION "Thomas Hart Benton
's 'America-Today' Mural Rediscovered" celebrates the gift of the artist's epic mural to The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
"Thomas Hart Benton
murals of a quality that would normally be showcased in the art museum adorn the walls of this magnificent screening theatre.