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Marvin Cone, River Bend No. 5, 1938, oil on canvas, Gift of Isobel Howell Brown, 81.1.
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Marvin Cone, Portrait of Winnifred, about 1920-1925, oil on canvas board, Gift of the Cone Family, 98.3.14.
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Marvin Cone, Lafayette Farm, 1942, oil on canvas, gift of Happy Young and John B. Turner II, 83.1.11.
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Marvin Cone, Sunlight Statue (Alternate title: Break in the Clouds, Luxembourg Gardens 1920, oil on composition board, Museum purchase, Dorothy Houts Fund with gift of Winnifred Cone and the Marvin Cone Trust, 86.1.13a.

Marvin Cone: An American Vision

Ongoing

A lifelong Cedar Rapidian, Marvin Cone’s art evolved throughout his career to encompass evocative portraits, birds-eye views of the Iowa landscape, and subtly-colored abstractions. Marvin Cone: An American Vision is an ongoing single-gallery exhibition that serves as an introductory overview of Cone’s lengthy and prolific artistic career.