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Oregon Painters: The First Hundred Years (1859-1959): Index and Biographical Dictionaryby Ginny Allen and Jody Klevit
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Illustrated with color plates of 96 paintings as well as several b&w photographs, this volume includes biographical entries for 500-plus artists who painted in Oregon, as well as essays on the state's art history, the art of the 1905 Lewis and Clark Exposition, and the 1959 Oregon Centennial. Allen and Klevit, both members of the Native American Art Council and docents with the Portland Art Museum, also include chapters with important dates in Oregon art history and art education, and information on art organizations in the state.
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This beautifully illustrated volume chronicles the lives of more than 500 painters who lived in Oregon from pioneer days to the state's 100th anniversary.
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