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25 significant works in the Parrish's Museum's collection

Now that it's moved into expansive new quarters, the Parrish Art Museum, for the first time in its more than 100-year history, is able to showcase choice selections from its 2,600-work permanent collection year-round. The litany of work by big-name American artists, with a focus on those tied to Long Island's East End-from the genteel, sun-dappled vignettes of William Merritt Chase to a spare, electric light installation by Dan Flavin-is impressive. Here are some top picks from the collection, including works on immediate display in the new museum as well as other treasures that may rotate on view over time. -- Compiled by Deidre Greben

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