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Rolled up for years, the massive work waited in storage, until one day when museum personnel found the stretchers for it, also stored away but in a different place.
The exhibit begins with portraiture from early America. Museums like to show their permanent collections, and viewers like to know certain iconic works will always be out on display.
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Crenshaw and his wife, Fanny Smith Crenshaw, prominent early citizens of Springfield. Stretched, hung and prominently displayed in the second of three galleries that hold the exhibit, the piece is now a museum-goer favorite. The museum is closed on Mondays and city and national holidays. Thursday; p.
When: The exhibit is ongoing. One other thing worth noting is that each work contains an interpretative card with an image of the artist.
Camille Dautrich Special to the News-Leader. Camille Dautrich writes about visual arts in Springfield and the Ozarks.
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Regular museum hours are 10 a. Make a little history part of that celebration. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday; 10 a.