An exhibition celebrating American prints from the 1930s to the 1950s, “At Home,” opens November 19 at the Tacoma Art Museum. On view through February 26, the show includes works by such well-known regionalist artists as Thomas Hart Benton, Howard Cook, John Steuart Curry, and Robert Gwathmey as well as master printmakers including John Taylor Arms, Paul Landacre, and Doel Reed. More than 80 prints will chronicle the story of America at a crucial turning point in our history when populations shifted from small towns to cities and from a primarily rural way to an urban life. Shown: Georges Schreiber, Spring Storm, 1930. Lithograph, 12 1/2 x 15 5/8 inches. Tacoma Art Museum, Carolyn Schneider Collection, Gift of Col. and Mrs. A. H. Hooker, 1970.233.4.