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Four unusual exhibits deliver rewards at Washington art museums

Four unusual exhibits deliver rewards at Washington art museums

Washington, never short on substantive art exhibits, offers much to view and ponder over this summer. There's a particularly welcome opportunity to soak up the work of three artists who might not enjoy huge name recognition, but who left a sizable mark — Joachim Wtewael, a Dutch master with a flair for sensuality and storytelling; Frenchman Gustave Caillebotte, who contributed to the rich legacy of Impressionism; and, from the last century, the influential Japanese-American Yasuo Kuniyoshi. There's also a terrific photography show that captures indelible scenes of American life and landscape, mostly from the mid-20th century. A good inducement, then, for some quality...

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