Reflections: Paintings of Florida 1865-1965 features 69 paintings depicting the natural beauty and eco-history of Florida before the post-World War II building boom.
Drawn from the largest private collection of Florida-based art in existence today, the exhibition includes:
- Representations of famous landmarks and structures from St. Augustine to Key West.
- Historical portraits of native Floridians.
- Landscapes capturing the lush green tropical environment of the state.
Reflections features masterworks by well-known American artists representing the “Florida School of painters,” including Thomas Hart Benton, William Aiken Walker, Martin Johnson Heade, Frederic Remington, Herman Herzog, Frederick Carl Frieseke, Walt Kuhn, N.C. Wyeth and Jane Peterson.
Reflections: Paintings of Florida 1865-1965 from the collection of Cici and Hyatt Brown is organized by the Museum of Arts and Sciences , Daytona Beach, Florida.