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4 must-see art exhibits in Washington this summer

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 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...