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Saugatuck

A work made of pastel with graphite on two sheets of gray wove paper.

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  • A work made of pastel with graphite on two sheets of gray wove paper.

Date:

June 29, 1929

Artist:

Albert Krehbiel
American, 1873-1945

About this artwork

One of Ox-Bow’s cofounders, Krehbiel served as an instructor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago for many seasons before opening his own summer institution, the AK Studio, in 1934. His outdoor landscape classes and weekly lectures were popular with students and the public alike. As demonstrated by this work, Krehbiel was a gifted colorist, and he worked in both oils and pastels to capture the luxuriant landscape of Saugatuck.

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Albert Krehbiel

Title

Saugatuck

Origin

Saugatuck

Date

1929

Medium

Pastel with graphite on two sheets of gray wove paper

Dimensions

254 × 308 mm (sheet one); 252 × 308 mm (sheet two)

Credit Line

Gift of The Krehbiel Corporation

Reference Number

2000.730

Extended information about this artwork

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