GREENWICH, CONN. -- Many painters might be accused of having their heads in the clouds, but Charles Harold Davis definitely had his heart in them, too … and the Bruce Museum in Greenwich is the place to get into the impressionist’s world, according to a report in The New York Times.
Forty-five of Davis’s landscapes and cloudscapes -- many of which were made in Mystic, Conn. -- will be on exhibit there through Jan. 3 in the museum’s Love-Newman-Wilds Gallery, the paper reported in a story published Thursday, Nov. 12 .
The museum is located at 1 Museum Drive, Greenwich.
For more information, call (203)- 869-0376, or visit the museum’s website by clicking here .
For the full Times story, click here .
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