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Norton Museum goes 'Green' for British landscapes

Norton Museum goes 'Green' for British landscapes

The Norton Museum of Art keeps calm and carries on through the holidays with this new collection of 60 works borrowed from the National Museum Wales. Pieces by Claude Monet, Thomas Gainsborough, John Constable and more chart the rapid expansion the Industrial Revolution brought to Great Britain and Wales between the 1660s and early 2000s. Standouts, such as Monet's 1902 atmospheric oil "Charing Cross Bridge," captures the bridge cloaked in London's infamous fog and heavy pollution from nearby factory smokestacks. The show is divided into six thematic sections, from the origins of landscape painting through pre-World War II neo-romanticism. When: Through April 5;...