2017-2018 Lecture Series: Western Art - On Demand - CANCELLED
 
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October 2, 2017 | -

Speaker: Reagan Upshaw, AAA, Reagan Upshaw Fine Art

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Art depicting the West, with its cowboys, Native Americans, and scenic vistas, is a uniquely American genre. In this lecture, Reagan Upshaw, AAA will provide a brief history of the genre, including the first artists to document the Native Americans (Catlin, Miller, King, and others). Upshaw will discuss two major landscape painters to visit the West during the 19th century (Bierstadt and Moran), as well as Remington and Russell, whose paintings continue to influence popular conceptions of the frontier, as filtered Hollywood designers. The lecture will also include 20th century artists in the field, such as the Taos Society of Artists, and end with groups such as the Cowboy Artists of America, who are still active.

Mr. Upshaw will speak extensively on the issues involved in setting a valuation on Western art,
including the differences in values involving the subjects depicted. He will also discuss the perennial issue of Remington bronzes.

1.5 CE credits

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Reagan Upshaw, AAA, has been a dealer and appraiser of Western art for over 35 years.
He has an M.A. in art history from the University of Chicago. His articles and reviews have appeared in Antiques, Art in America, the Kresge Art Museum Bulletin, Art & Auction, and several other magazines. He has also served as a panelist for the National Endowment for the Arts.


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$10   Members
$20   General Admission

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