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'Portrait of Bessie' by Albert Herter

Gilded Age

The High Museum holds a selection of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century paintings and sculptures that capture the splendor of the age. The side effects of unprecedented urban growth and industrialization deepened the country’s class divide and became subjects for artistic interpretation.