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Part pop art, part Japanese wood print, and part history painting, Roger Shimomura’s Crossing the Delaware represents an American masterpiece in the truest sense.
A slice of La Boheme in Boston. And a really, really pretty courtyard.
The peasants may have stormed the Bastille and the royal palaces, but the art world remains a exclusive circle.
Leave it to the museum at the heart of Silicon Valley to conquer the intersection of technology and art.
You’d be forgiven to assume that they got collective amnesia.
Let them eat cake! Or, how desert help define American Pop Art.