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THE END OF PLEIN AIR PAINTING

As a reader of PleinAir Magazine, you likely fall into one of these categories: an artist; a collector, art buyer, or plein air event enthusiast; or an event organizer. (Although, in fairness, lots of gallery owners also subscribe.)

What would happen if today’s plein air movement suddenly came to an end?

Depending on when you discovered plein air, you may not know that this is the largest movement in

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