The UCI Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art is hosting an exhibition highlighting Southern California’s natural features.
“Variations of Place: Southern California Impressionism in the Early 20th Century” features more than 30 works by 22 artists who settled in Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, Laguna Beach and San Diego in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The exhibit showcases seascapes, landscapes and figurative paintings.
Artists include Franz Bischoff, Maurice Braun, Alson Skinner Clark, Colin Campbell Cooper, Anna Althea Hills, Joseph Kleitsch, Edgar Payne, Granville Redmond, Guy Rose, George Gardner Symons and William Wendt.
The exhibit will remain on view through Sept. 3. The UCI museum holds one of the world’s greatest collections of California art.