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Tag Archives: World War I and American Art

Popular World War I Painting on Loan to Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts

Dec

03

John Steuart Curry’s Parade to War, Allegory (1938) was created during the Great Depression on the eve of World War II, and is one of the Museum’s most popular pieces.

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