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MN Artist!
Cyrus Running (1913-1976) attended high school in Zumbrota, MN. In 1934 he received his BA degree from St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN. He then pursued graduate work at Yale and the University of Iowa, studying under Grand Wood. He later returned to the state as the Art Department Chair of Concordia College. http://ow.ly/2W5L30bWBrF
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Rainy weather's got us like:
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Check out our latest blog on the legendary Fritz Scholder. In the late 1960s he shocked audiences while revolutionizing art on the subject of Indian Americans. http://ow.ly/hgmI30bOpAC

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Kenneth Noland is a highly recognized Color Field painter, known for brilliantly colored concentric circles, chevrons and stripes, of which this work is an excellent example.

Kenneth Noland (1924-2010)
Handmade Papers—Circle II Series I-13
1978
5 layers of colored pulp, and lithograph
21 inches x 32 inches
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Minnesota Artist Monday!
Fritz Scholder (1937-2005) was born in Breckenridge, Minnesota, which is near the North Dakota border. He spent his childhood in North Dakota and South Dakota. His paternal grandmother was a member of the Luiseño tribe of California’s Mission Indians, making Scholder one-fourth Native American. Scholder rose to fame for his shockingly modern depictions of contemporary Native Americans. Photo courtesy of Yale University.
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Check out the latest and greatest from our gallery!
View these and much more here: http://ow.ly/LYBh30bDvWT

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5/15/17
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Matisse was an authoritative precursor to Diebenkorn's own ambivalence about Modernist problems. Diebenkorn dreamt of art as consolation for the difficulties of life.

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Local history opp: The Hennepin History Museum is hosting an exhibition "Artist's Paradise," open now through October 15. The show will include works of the county landscape and of course depictions of Minnehaha Falls. 

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One of our many latest acquisitions! Jules Olitski created this work just 2 years before his death. During the 1950s and beyond, Olitski was interested in color and original effects, sometimes using airbrushes and squeegees. http://ow.ly/GT2C30bBUrP
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