EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR
Homer, Ryder, and Eakins
6 May to 4 June 1930
Albert Pinkham Ryder
New York Times Review of the exhibition
7 May 1930
MODERN ART SHOW OPENS TOMORROW; Extensive Displays of Work by Homer, Ryder and Eakins Will Be Exhibited. SOME DISAPPROVAL VOICED Conservative Collectors Refuse to Lend Paintings--Many Aid Museum's Effort.
The Museum of Modern Art, 730 Fifth Avenue, will open to the public tomorrow one of the most extensive exhibitions ever shown here of work by three famous American painters. Winslow Homer, Albert Pinkham Ryder and Thomas Eakins.
New York Times • page 30 • 500 words