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Paintings in Oil and Watercolor by a Group of Milwaukee Artists

November 07 – December 04, 1943

Stanley Abstetar | Josephine Wupper Ainsworth | Gerhard Bakker | Paul Clemens | Forrest Flower | Joseph Friebert | Louise Friedlander | Emily Groom | Ruth Grotenrath | Stella Harlos | Richard Jansen | Private Hans Kotilainen | Anne Krasnen | Lowell M. Lee | Edmund S. Lewandowski | Schomer Lichtner | Clarice George Logan | Dorothy L. Meredith | Donna Miller | Floyd Pauley | Burton L. Potterveld | Karl Priebe | Lawrence Rathsack | Ray Redell | Josephine Schaefer | Robert S. Schellin | Alfred Sessler | Garrit Sinclair | Antoinette G. Thwaites | Charles W. Thwaites | Alexander Tillotson | Santos Zingale
The first exhibition of the current season will be, "Painting in Oil and Water Color by a Group of Milwaukee Artists."

Period of exhibition: November 7- December 4

The exhibition will be open to the public daily except Sunday from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Saturdays 9:00A.M. to 12:00 M.

Thirty artists are represented in this exhibition. Of these, seventeen were born in Wisconsin and seventeen received their art education there. Some have exhibited nationally but the majority of them are known mainly through Wisconsin exhibits.

This exhibition gives an opportunity to the Chicago public to become acquainted with a group of artists who are working constantly and actively, who, almost without exception have a common background of profound study and independent work, who are so close to Chicago both in distance and point-of-view, yet are unfamiliar to the Chicago gallery visitors.


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