Cleveland Artists Foundation welcomes post-impressionist show to Lakewood …

Cleveland Fine ArtsClara Deike, Fauvist Landscape, c. 1913, Oil on board, John Susan Horseman Collection, Courtesy of Corcoran Fine Arts, Ltd.¬†Cleveland Artists Foundation celebrates the early modernist art community with “Pioneering Modernism: Post-Impressionism in Cleveland, 1908-1913” now through July 27 at Beck Center for the Arts, 17801 Detroit Avenue.

The exhibition celebrates a triumph of artistic expression by assembling an array of posters, paintings, sculptures and decorative designs encompassing both the fine art and commercial work of early Cleveland Modernists.

The exhibition is curated by Lawrence Waldman, Ph.D. and Henry Adams, Ph.D. of Case Western Reserve University.

Adams has also penned an essay for the accompanying exhibition catalog. A panel discussion with area scholars is being planned for later in June.

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