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Marsden Hartley
Landscape #3, Cash Entry Mines, New Mexico, 1920
oil on canvas
Alfred Stieglitz Collection, Art Institute, Chicago

from the Art Institute info card: “In Landscape #3, Cash Entry Mines, New Mexico, soaring mountains tower over mines, minimizing the industrial fate of the landscape. Drawing on the thinking of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Walt Whitman and the Hudson River School painters, Hartley hoped that nature would overwhelm and control industry, rather than the reverse.”

I'd love to meet you!
Anonymous

Meet me at a show sometime.