Hartley's "Maine Landscape, Autumn No. 13"
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art's
curator Manuela Well-Off-Man
tells a great story today on the museum's blog: When the museum was unpacking the works in the Alfred Stieglitz Collection that went on exhibit last Friday, it found on the back of a painting by Marsden Hartley
another Hartley. The style of the previously covered painting — dark and loosely brush-stroked — is evidence of the influence of Albert Pinkham Ryder
on Hartley, Well-Off-Man concludes. Read Well-Off-Man's blog post, "Discoveries in the Stieglitz Collection: Part 1" here