Visual Arts

August 20, 2014 5:00 PM

Nelson-Atkins painting is a USPS stamp

The United States Postal Service has reproduced a detail of Thomas Moran’s “Grand Canyon” (1912) from the collection of the museum as part of its “American Treasures” series of four Hudson River School landscape paintings, to be released Thursday.

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