A temporary exhibit covering the original World War II art of artist Tom Lea. Influential El Paso artist Tom Lea, 1907-2001, was one of the Artist/ Correspondents chronicling the war for Life Magazine. The Museum will showcase at least twenty-six of his paintings and works on paper, including his iconic painting, “The Marines Call It the 2,000 Yard Stare” which many consider the most famous painting of WWII. In the George H. W. Bush Temporary Gallery at the National Museum of the Pacific War. Please note: this exhibition has been extended through April 17 and will be open on April 1 until 8 pm during First Friday Art Walk Fredericksburg.