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Memorial Day

J. Jay McVicker was the head of the Art Department at Oklahoma State University for over fifteen years after Doel Reed retired in 1959. McVicker came to OSU as a student, and his connection to Stillwater was interrupted only by his … Continue reading

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John W. Casilear after Daniel Huntington, “A Sibyl,” 1881 (originally 1847): Part 3 of 3

This is the third and final post in a series documenting my research into John Casilear’s engraving after Daniel Huntington of A Sibyl, an 1881 impression of which is in the museum’s collection. In the first post, I discussed the … Continue reading

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John W. Casilear after Daniel Huntington, “A Sibyl,” 1881 (originally 1847): Part 2 of 3

Last week, I posted the first part of my research into John W. Casilear’s 1847 engraving, A Sibyl, after Daniel Huntington, discussing how it came to be produced and disseminated by the American Art-Union. This week, I continue to explore … Continue reading

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John W. Casilear after Daniel Huntington, “A Sibyl,” 1881 (originally 1847): Part 1 of 3

This fall, I am taking my History of American Art class (ART 3663) to the OSU Museum of Art several times to see objects from the permanent collection in the Study Center. Although we worked hard to research the collection … Continue reading

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