J. Seward Johnson

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NPR's Lynn Neary reports on the upcoming exhibit of J. Seward Johnson's sculptures in Washington, D.C. Johnson is known for his life-like cast-bronze sculptures of everyday people. His three-dimensional recreations of famous Impressionist paintings will be on display at the Corcoran Gallery, beginning on Sept. 13. The exhibition is called "Beyond the Frame: Impressionism Revisited."



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