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This spring, take a short drive to Sacramento to explore the Crocker Art Museum

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Posted: Friday, March 23, 2012 8:21 am

When you think of prominent art museums, you might imagine the Getty in Los Angeles, the array of Smithsonians in D.C. or the de Young in San Francisco. But the 2010-remodeled Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento — with its combination of Victorian and contemporary architecture — is Sacramento’s gem. It is home to the largest display of California art in the world, according to chief curator Scott Shields.

The Crocker’s three floors feature collections of California art, as well as master drawings, a comprehensive collection of international ceramics and European, Asian, African and Oceanic art.

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