William Glackens' impressionist paintings enjoy a delightful permanent presence in the Museum upstairs, and present a wonderful counterpoint to the often modern collections that come and go. There is also a lovely reproduction of a room in his home with some of his paintings exhibited there. If you like impressionism, you may not be familiar with this artist. The exhibit of his works makes it worth the trip, regardless of what else may be the star attraction of the day.
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