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  NCPR News Remembering an Adirondack painter's "Wild Exuberance" 08/09/06 permanent archive link permalink
Harold Weston spent much of his life painting in Keene Valley. Known regionally as an Adirondack landscape painter and the author of Freedom of the Wilds, in the years before WW II he was one of the most acclaimed painters, activists, and organizers in America. His work evolved from landscapes to nudes to abstractions. The Adirondack Museum features a Weston exhibition this summer: "Wild Exuberance." Brian Mann with curator Caroline Welsh. (6:00)
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