Photos: Boston expressionism at Danforth Museum

Aronson, Bergenstein, and Schwartz at the Danforth Museum this winter
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  December 16, 2009


“The Resurrection,” by David Aronson, 1944
David Aronson: The Paradox at the Danforth Museum, through February 28

READAlternative universe, Boston expressionism in context, by Greg Cook.

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