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On a Grand Scale For a century, the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Hall of Architecture has captivated both Pittsburghers and visitors as a portal to a magical, ancient world of architecture and as a muse for generations of aspiring artists, artisans, and architects. Today, the Hall of Architecture is recognized as a national treasure, as well as distinguished as the largest architectural cast...
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Lloyd Mifflin: Artist of the Susquehanna

While many artists have painted the majestic Susquehanna River, none were as devoted to studying, rhapsodizing about its beauty and, ultimately, painting it in its many moods as was Pennsylvania native Lloyd Mifflin (1846–1921). In many ways, Mifflin typified the romantic, if often improbable, late nineteenth-century image of the artist as an attractive, highly sensitive, elitist dandy who...
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