We went to Denver only to see this museum. It is small, and unless you are an art history major, you need maybe two hours to see the whole thing. The painting exhibit is on the second floor and is exceptionally well curated. There is a lot to see on the main floor: you can watch conservators working and see Still's materials, writings, and personal things. There is also an interesting interactive historical panel nearby. This museum really should be in a bigger city but Still was right, it is best to see only one artist's work at a time.
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