O. E. Berninghaus: Soulful Artist, Gentle Man
By David C. Hunt
About the author:
David C. Hunt is Director and Curator of the Stark Museum
of Art. He was previously Curator of Art at the Joslyn Art Museum, Director
of the Missoula Museum of Arts, Curator of Art at the Gilcrease Museum,
and the author of books, exhibition catalogues and articles concerning Western
art. He is the co-author of The Art of the Old West: From the Collection
of the Gilcrease Institute; Karl Bodmer's Studio Art: The Newberry
Library Bodmer Collection, and Views of a Vanishing Frontier.
He is author of Guide to Oklahoma Museums; The Lithographs of
Charles Banks Wilson, and Legacy of the West.
Resource Library editor's note:
The exhibition Oscar Edmund Berninghaus was held at the Stark Museum of Art in 1997. This essay was written in conjunction with the exhibition and was previously published in American Art Review, Volume IX, Number 1, February 1997, p. 124-129.
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