Historically, MAM was always something of a pioneer. William T. Evans, the Montclair civic leader who chaired the commission that led to the museum's founding, pledged 36 American paintings for a new gallery in 1909.
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Even when you're standing face to face with a work of art that shakes you up and leaves you breathless, the museum experience itself tends to stay pre...
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