UAMA: Academic, but Not Pedantic

University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson AZ

The Association of Academic Museums and Galleries says, “Great universities have great museums.” And, despite the unprepossessing façade of the University of Arizona Museum of Art, there is, indeed, some great art to be seen there.

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William Hogarth (British, 1697–1764), Zergliederung Ver!, 1753, etching/engraving 
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Fred Becker (American, 1913–2004) “Rapid Transit” 1938–39, Wood engraving
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Audrey Flack (American, b.1931), “Marilyn (Vanitas)”, 1977; Oil over acrylic on canvas
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George Inness (American, 1825–1894) “End of the Rain”, 1891, Oil on canvas
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Jackson Pollock (American, 1912–1956), “Number 20, 1950", oil on masonite gameboard
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