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PressRugged and stunning landscapes of the Swiss Alps, never before the subject of an exhibition in the United States, will be on view at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute this fall. Alpine Views: Alexandre Calame and the Swiss Landscape reflects a recent growing interest in the work of Calame (1810–1864) and Swiss landscape painting among collectors and European and American museums. This exhibition brings together 26 sensuous paintings and sketches by Calame, and places them in the context of the nineteenth-century landscape tradition. His works are shown alongside 27 of those of his contemporaries, including Caspar Wolf, François Diday, and Johann Gottfried Steffan, offering a rare opportunity to explore the development of the often-overlooked yet significant Swiss school of landscape painting.
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