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  • Collection: Mining the Store: American Prints from the Permanent Collection

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Peter Milton didn’t develop an interest in art until he started classes at Yale University in 1950. After graduating with a B. F. A., he concentrated on forging a career in painting, supporting himself through a variety of day jobs, including the…

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Robert Rohm, a sculptor of international renown, was not a prolific printmaker. Indeed, the untitled drypoint on view here may represent the full extent of his efforts in any print medium. It resides at Penn State because Rohm’s work was included in…

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Although he trained as a fine artist, studying first at the Cleveland School of Art and then at the Art Students League, Ellison Hoover was best known by the American public for his commercial work. From about 1915 until well into the 1920s, he…

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Chicago native Aaron Bohrod attended the Art Institute of Chicago for several years before moving to New York to study at the Art Students League. One of his teachers at the league was John Sloan, whose gritty realism had a lifelong influence on his…

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After graduating with an art degree in 1927 from Rockford College (today Rockford University, located just west of Chicago), Doris Lee went on to further her training at the Kansas City Art Institute and then the California School of Fine Arts, in…

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Although often identified as a realist, ostensibly because of his clearly delineated and readily recognizable imagery, it’s important to consider that 150 years ago William Bailey’s work would have related far less to the objective representations of…

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Faced with the grim prospect of attending military school at the height of the Russo-Japanese War, Yasuo Kuniyoshi persuaded his parents to allow him to instead pursue a career as an artist in the United States. After three years at the Los Angeles…
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