Daniel Garber (1880-1958) has long been among the better known Pennsylvania Impressionists and is beloved for his stunning paintings of Bucks County landscapes, portraits, and scenes of daily life.
Garber in Spring celebrates the artist's masterful treatment of the season in key works created in the first half of the 20th century. Works will include Michener visitor favorites The Studio Wall and Up the Cutalossa alongside notable paintings held in private collections. The exhibition also celebrates the return of Garber’s masterpiece Tanis to the Michener for a six-month engagement.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website