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A retrospective of the work of Albany artist and art teacher Florence Samuels Prisant opens Thursday, June 14, in the West Gallery at the Albany Museum of Art. Prisant, a longtime prominent figure in the Albany art scene, passed away on April 25 at the age of 91. Expert in various styles and mediums including oil, watercolor and pastels, she taught painting privately. She was a member of the Pastel Society of America, which recognized her numerous times with displays of her work at the organization’s New York gallery. The exhibition, Florence Prisant: A Retrospective, will continue through Saturday, August 25. Entry is free.