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Clark mounts Winslow Homer, Inness exhibits as expansion continues

"West Point, Prout's Neck" is one of four Winslow Homer seascapes on exhibit at the Clark this summer. (Courtesy of Clark Art Institute)
"West Point, Prout's Neck" is one of four Winslow Homer seascapes on exhibit at the Clark this summer. (Courtesy of Clark Art Institute)
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Cows graze on the green hills behind the Clark Art Institute, but in the museum’s backyard, a herd of yellow backhoes and bulldozers hum and roar as they poke and push the earth. “Our construction project is in full swing this summer. It’s a busy, busy time for us,” says Vicki Saltzman, director of communications. The Clark has plunged into the final phase of an expansion project on its scenic 140 acres, and construction of ...


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