Monthly Archives: September 2011

Meet the Faculty: Artmaking at OSU, 1950s-style

This week is the opening week for the Art Department Faculty Exhibition (September 26 – October 7). Over the next two weeks, we invite you to see what our Studio and Graphic Design faculty have been working on during the … Continue reading

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Oscar Jacobson, “Djidjelli, Algeria,” 1926

Oscar B. Jacobson (1882-1966, Swedish American) received a B.A. from Bethany College in Lindsborg, KS (1908) before continuing his studies in Sweden, Denmark, and at the Louvre in Paris. Jacobson received his M.F.A. from Yale University (1916) and returned to … Continue reading

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Thomas Hart Benton, “The Meeting,” 1941

Thomas Hart Benton was an American painter and muralist born in Neosho Missouri on April 15, 1889. Benton died on January 19, 1975. He is known for being part of a movement of art known as Regionalism. Regionalism was a … Continue reading

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Happy Labor Day!

Have you taken advantage of the holiday weekend to visit a museum somewhere?  The Gardiner Gallery is closed on University holidays, which includes today, but consider visiting us soon! Our current exhibition, “Divided Vision: David Morrison and Bonnie Stahlecker,” has … Continue reading

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