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Artworks Tell Story of American Culture, History

“Allies Days, May 1917,” an impressionistic scene of flags fluttering over midtown Manhattan, was painted by Childe Hassam to celebrate the United States' entry into World War I.  It is currently on display at the National Gallery of Art, and throughout August at a bus stop in downtown Washington and in hundreds of other locations across the country. Art beyond museum walls It’s part of Art Everywhere, the largest outdoor art campaign in the U.S. The open-air art galleries...

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