Articles about our visual art heritage.
Drawing Influence: Joseph Friebert & His Students
A respected artist and art educator at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee

Charles W. Thwaites: Reviving a Life and Building a Legend
A Regionalist and a Modernist, a Midwesterner and a Southwesterner

Santos Zingale and Joseph Friebert: Explored and Honored by Exhibits at the Museum of Wisconsin Art
Working in their unique Modernist 20th Century figural styles.

Charles Allis Museum Wisconsin Masters Series 2008: H. S. Moynahan
She effectively captured her world with excitement, verve, and uniqueness

John Stuart Curry: Youth Helps Rebuild a World in West Bend
Youth Helps Rebuild a World: John Steuart Curry's last work

Wisconsinís Visual Art Legacy
Mary Alice Wimmer

Santos Zingale retrospective at the Memorial Union
A teacher at the University of Wisconsin-Madison

Owen Gromme and Kristen Westlake
A panter of birds and a wildlife photographer

THE HAND, THE FIGURE, AND A MESSAGEÖ
Robert Von Neumann

THOMASITA FESSlER RETROSPECTIVE AKA, SISTER THOMASITA, 1912 - 1993
Founder of a respected, broad minded art program

Wisconsin Masters Series: Charles Dix (1940-2005)
Contrasts of strong dark brushwork against more diaphanous, vaporous forms

A JOHN COLT RETROSPECTIVE: ONE MORE WISCONSIN TREASURE
A posthumous retrospective

Otto Bielefeld Rediscovered at the West Bend Museum of Art
A retrospective for a long-neglected gem of an artist

The power of the visual arts & the law of unintended consequences
How celebrating beauty can also destroy it

In Memoriam: John Wilde (1919-2006)
A painter, printmaker, illustrator, and sometime writer

Aaron Bohrod
The University of Wisconsin, Madisonís second Artist in Residence

Lucia Stern, Exhibit Post Mortem Charles Allis Art Museum, Milwaukee, Dec.-Jan, 06

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: Robert Hodgell
Painter printmaker and sculptor

I Remember Center Gallery: Waxing Nostalgic
A Gallery co-op in Madison

The Colt School of Art

In Memory of Robert Von Neumann 1888 - 1980

With Friends: Six Magic Realists, 1940Ė1965

Robert Grilley Retrospective at the UW Madison Memorial Union Gallery
A strong influence from the old masters

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy
Agnes Jessen Slater

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: James Schwalbach
His radio program Ďlets drawí reached more students than perhaps any other educator in history

THE PAINTED FOREST

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: Alfred Sessler
A professor in the University of Wisconsin- Madisonís Faculty of Art and Art Education

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: Alfred Sessler

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy
James Watrous

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: John Steuart Curry
An artist-in-residence at the University of Wisconsin

Wisconsinís Visual Arts Legacy: Edmond Lewandowski
A Modernist during the late 1930s and 1940s

Dean Meeker Estate Auction
Selling the creations of a lifetime

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