A painting of a river with cactus will be on display at the William Willings Paintings and Art Museum in New York.
The artist, who is best known for the “cactus painting” paintings that depict animals and plants in landscapes, received a $50 million gift from the museum in May, the museum said on Thursday.
The work will be exhibited in the museum’s exhibition, “The Cactus.”
“The William Willinges Paintings are known for creating the largest collections of artworks on Earth and they are honored to be recognized for their outstanding commitment to conservation,” the museum wrote in a statement.
The painting, which was designed by artist Edgard Hopper, is located on the museum property, which is called “The Watershed,” and the artwork was on display from August to December, according to the museum.