Stark Museum of Art
(above: Stark Museum of Art, April 2014. Photo by John Hazeltine © 2014)
Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:
The Artist's Hand: The Art of Nicolai Fechin (12/13/07)
Nicolai Fechin's Portraits from Life, essay by David C. Hunt (1/5/05)
The Old West Revisited: W. H. Dunton; essay by David C. Hunt (12/20/04)
O. E. Berninghaus: Soulful Artist, Gentle Man; essay by David C. Hunt (12/3/04)
Joseph Henry Sharp: A Symphony in Silence; essay by by Bruce Eldredge, Nell Horton and Janis Ziller Becker (11/20/04)
An Individual Reality, essay by Rodger Rak (8/15/03)
E. Martin Hennings: Taos Artist, essay by Vicki Heltunen (8/11/03)
Portraits From Life by Nicolai Fechin (1881-1955) (7/16/03)
Natural Wonders: Works by John James Audubon from the Stark Museum of Art (9/9/02)
Fremont Ellis Landscapes and Gustave Baumann Woodblock Prints (8/6/02)
William Herbert Dunton, The Old West Revisited (6/27/01)
Edward Marshall Boehm (1913-1969): Ceramic Sculptures (5/21/01)
Robert Henri Portrait Acquired by Stark Museum of Art (11/28/00)
Charles M. Russell at Stark Museum of Art (11/3/00)
The American Frontier Revisited (10/5/00)
Stark Legacy: Selections from a Personal Collection (5/13/00)
Spring Acquisitions at Stark Museum of Art (3/21/00)
Recent Acquisitions of Western Art by the Stark Museum of Art (11/22/99)
Paul Kane (1810-1871) (11/22/99)
E. M. Hennings in Taos (11/22/99)
The Western Collection (8/97)
The museum is located at 712 Green Avenue, Orange, Texas. Please see the Museum's website for hours and admission fees.
(above: Stark Museum of Art, Entrance View, April 2014. Photo by John Hazeltine © 2014)
Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website.
Fremont Ellis: Impressionist in the West : [exhibition] Stark Museum of Art, by Fremont F. Ellis, Nell Horton - 1993
Nature's Classics: John James Audubon's Birds and Animals, by Ronnie C. Tyler. 1992 - 56 pages. Catalog of an exhibition.
First Artistic Traditions: The Native American Collection of the Stark ..., by.Bobby Weaver - 1990 - 59 pages
Color, Pattern & Plane: E. Martin Hennings in Taos : February 5-November 2 ..., by E. Martin Hennings, Vicki L. Heltunen, Rodger D. Rak - 1986 - 26 pages. "Vicki L. Heltunen, author; Rodger D. Rak, author, designer"--T.p. verso. Ref. E. Martin Hennings: Taos Artist, essay by Vicki Heltunen (8/11/03)
The Art and Life of W. Herbert Dunton, 1878-1936, by Julie Schimmel - 1984. Includes indexes. Ref. The Old West Revisited: W. H. Dunton; essay by David C. Hunt (12/20/04)
A Mirror Unto Nature: The Printed Art of Natural History, Oct. 5, 1983-Sept ..., by Vicki L. Heltunen. 1983 - 20 pages
Southwestern Weaving from the Collection of the Stark Museum of Art: An ....1981 - 35 pages.
Joseph Henry Sharp, Indian Painter and Conformist, by Vivian Kline - 1972. "For: Art history course #857, Gabriel Weisberg, instructor, University of Cincinnati, Summer of 1972." Ref. Joseph Henry Sharp: A Symphony in Silence; essay by by Bruce Eldredge, Nell Horton and Janis Ziller Becker (11/20/04)
Book information courtesy of Google Books.
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