Clipped From The Oshkosh Northwestern
Oshkosh Public Museum exhibition continues A painting by Joan Miro is among those in the exhibit, "Man and His Environment," which continues at the Oshkosh Public Mu-suem Mu-suem Mu-suem through Sept. 7. All paintings in the exhibit are from the museum's permanent collection and depict men, women and children in formal portraits and typical work and play scenes. Works date from the 1800s to the present, and Miro'a is the only abstraction among them. In addition to Miro, artists represented include include Lester Bentley, Rudolph Gudden, J.S.H. Keyer, Edwin Knutesen, Joseph Lasker, Franz van Leemputten, William Margrath, Bruce Mitchell, Ada Walter Schulz, Alfred Sessler and Santos Zingale. Oshkosh Public Museum hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and from 1-S 1-S 1-S p.m. on Sunday. There is no admission admission charge and children are welcome.