American history told through art exhibit

BIRDS-EYE VIEW—Oak Park Library supervisor Susan Mikula calls attention to the flamingo painted by John James Audubon in 1838. The reproductions of great American works of art are part of the "Picturing America" exhibit at the library through the end of November. The goal of the exhibit is to teach Americans about their past by exploring the history of the nation's art.

When Oak Park Library patrons enter the library, one of the first things they see is a display of art reproductions that...

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