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The Fleischer Museum opened in 1990 as the first museum dedicated to American Impressionism. In the late nineteenth century, an art style blending American and European elements was initiated in California by formally trained, professional artists who traveled and painted internationally before settling in the West. The Fleischer collection represents more than 80 artists from this period.

The Museum is open from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. daily. The Museum is closed on the holidays. Admission is charged.

Location: 17207 North Perimeter Dr, Scottsdale Arizona 85255 Telephone 602-585-3108

Other Art nearby:
(Scottsdale) American Fine Art Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Arts Gallery
(Scottsdale) Ancient Trails Tours
(Carefree) Andora Gallery
(Scottsdale) Andrea Smith Gallery
(Scottsdale) Artisimo Gallery

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