William Dickerson lithograph
1934 lithograph by Kansas regional artist William Dickerson. The lithograph features an outdoor rural winter scene and is numbered 16/30 in pencil. The work itself measures 15 x 11.5 inches and is 19 x 16" matted.
- Dickerson, William Judson, 1904-1972 (Artist, Person)
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Biography of William Dickerson
William Dickerson is often referred to as the "Last Great Kansas Regionalist." Born in El Dorado, Kansas in 1904, Dickerson spent most of his life working as the director of the Wichita Art Association after his education at the Art Institute of Chicago. Dickerson was a founding member of the Prairie Print Makers and the Prairie Watercolor Society. He passed away in 1972.
1 folder (1 oversize folder) ; 39 x 49 cm
RH PH P2828(f)
- Guide to the William Dickerson Collection
- William Dickerson lithograph
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William Dickerson lithograph, RH PH P2828(f), Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas.