The Beauty of the Land 

Rancho Linda Vista remains a part of Tucson's artistic history

On a sunny morning in 1968, artist George Harkins painted a watercolor of a lush piece of high desert an hour north of Tucson. In the painting, now at The Drawing Studio, thick stands of saguaros, mesquites and agaves cascade down the…

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