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New York State historically has been a leader in the development of the fine arts in this country.  The collection at the museum features works in a range of media relating to the Empire State from the colonial period through the twentieth century: paintings, works on paper, and sculpture. Among the highlights is an extensive group of paintings, drawings, and sketchbooks by genre artist Edward Lamson Henry.

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