“Clara Adeline Lamb,” attributed to Daniel G. Lamont (1818–1883). It’s among the folk art items now on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum’s “A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” exhibit.
“Clara Adeline Lamb,” attributed to Daniel G. Lamont (1818–1883). It’s among the folk art items now on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum’s “A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” exhibit. Courtesy of the Barbara L. Gordon Collection
“Clara Adeline Lamb,” attributed to Daniel G. Lamont (1818–1883). It’s among the folk art items now on display at the Nelson-Atkins Museum’s “A Shared Legacy: Folk Art in America” exhibit. Courtesy of the Barbara L. Gordon Collection

Nelson-Atkins folk art exhibit showcases art by the people, for the people

April 19, 2015 07:00 AM

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