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Artists of Bucks County Timeline

Gallery News / 12.28.2023

To accompany our 2019 exhibition, The Beauty of Bucks County,  Gratz Gallery proudly introduced the publication of "Artists of Bucks County Timeline - Early Impressionist Period". This poster sized historic timeline records the arrival dates of the early and most influential Pennsylvania Impressionists to Bucks County, following the arrival of William Lathrop in 1889. This testimonial timeline was created by Gratz Gallery to share with the community of art and history enthusiasts, and to contribute to the preservation of Bucks County's cultural heritage. The poster is now available at the gallery.

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