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Layers of meaning hidden in The Westmoreland's 'magic realist' painting

Detail from “Integuments (or) Peacock,” 1970, by Priscilla Warren Roberts, from the permanent collection of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg.

Early in his career, Jeremiah William McCarthy was told by a mentor, “Until you lay your hand and eye on all the objects in the collection, you can’t call yourself a curator.”

Source: The Tribune-Review

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