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Euclid Avenue

Euclid Avenue

1941

Watercolor

Cleveland Traveling Exhibitions Fund 1942.306

Description

Cleveland Heights native Martin Linsey distills a busy moment on Euclid Avenue into a unified scene. Electric wires draw the eye through the composition, bridging the bright blue sky to the muted urban landscape below. Capturing unexpected beauty was a hallmark of Linsey’s work. His ability to encapsulate moments served him well as a Cleveland Museum of Art educator and a lifelong artist.

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Department: 
Drawings
Type of artwork: 
Drawing
Medium: 
Watercolor

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