Art: The Return of an Errant Native

Painter Marsden Hartley should never have left home

It is nearly 37 years since Marsden Hartley died at the age of 66, and he has long since become a fixture in every history of U.S. art. But owing to a series of internecine disputes, it was only this year that New York City's Whitney Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago succeeded in assembling and documenting a definitive retrospective of his career. The show, after its opening at the Whitney, is now in Chicago, will move on to Fort Worth and finally to the University...

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