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THOMAS HART BENTON

"In terms of art, perhaps no American painter in the Depression-haunted 1930s and war-torn 1940s represented the national character and ideals better than Thomas Hart Benton, the highly energetic Midwestern artist who managed to combine the calloused puritanism of the heartland and a Mark Twain bent for rural good humor to produce an idealized and affectionate 'Regionalism' in a wealth of paintings, drawings and murals that to this day are cited as evocations of the essence of the American spirit." 

–Michael Kilian, Chicago Tribune

 

Edge of Town, d. 1938

Edge of Town, d. 1938, lithograph, 9⅝ x 11½ inches, TOG6407/NP970CV-284

Retail price: $7,500.   Your price: $5,000.

The Little Fisherman, d. 1967

Retail price: $7,500.   Your price: $5,000.

The Little Fisherman, d. 1967
Lithograph
15⅛ x 10⅞ inches
TOG6289/NP970CV-269

The Corral, d. 1948

Retail price: $7,500.   Your price: $5,000.

The Corral, d. 1948
Lithograph
10⅛ x 14⅜ inches
TOG6116/OC11-194*CV

Making Camp, d. 1972

Retail Price: $7,500.   Your price : $5,000.

Making Camp, d. 1972
Lithograph
11⅞ x 14½ inches
TOG6532/NP970CV-302

Wyoming Autumn, d. 1974

Retail price: $15,000.   Your price: $12,000.

Wyoming Autumn, d. 1974
Lithograph
17⅛ x 23¼ inches
TOG6531/NP970CV-301

Gateside Conversation, d. 1946

Purchased 6/1/15

Gateside Conversation, d. 1948
Lithograph
10½ x 14½ inches
TOG5515

Aaron, d. 1941

Purchased 6/10/16

Aaron, d. 1941
Lithograph
13⅜ x 10⅛ inches
TOG6069

After the Blow, d. 1946

Purchased 5/4/17

After the Blow, d. 1946
Lithograph
10⅜ x 14¼ inches
TOG6308