Escaping the censorship and racism of Nazi Germany, Josef and Anni Albers arrived in the U.S. as refugees and émigré artist-teachers. In Black Mountain, North Carolina, they left a legacy.MORE
Resisting mythical representations of the War of Independence, painter William Ranney chose to honor the selfless courage and patriotism exhibited by ordinary farmers and tradesman at the start of the revolution.MORE
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