Art Review: North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh




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L
ast week, keeping my promise to discuss art in between the 2 coasts, I swung not cowboy-but road-trip-style from Houston to Dallas, Fort Worth, Tulsa, and Bentonville in Arkansas. In the next couple of weeks, I’ll discuss some brand-new museum architecture, Rothko, Miro, Twombly, Homer, Remington, Nefertiti, Native American art, and the thrilling, inspiring Crystal Bridges Museum. My hors d’oeuvre was Saturday’s story about the Berruguete exhibit at the Meadows Museum in Dallas. The program is a necessary prequel to Spanish aesthetic appeals from El Greco to Ribera.

I have another story about my North Carolina trip in late October, throughout

(Picture: Scott Francis)

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.