Pleasant Summer Oil Painting by Charles B Rogers - image 1 of 12

This is a lovely painting by Charles Rodgers. A little about Mr. Rogers is shown below. The painting is signed in the lower left corner. It is in a plaster frame with a bit of missing plaster on the right side. The back has the title and another signature by the artist. The painting including the frame is 10 by 8 inches. Mr. Rodgers loved to paint the scenes of the Kansas prairie. This is simply a wonderful example of this work. I included the pamphlet about the artist that came with the painting.

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Born in Great Bend, Kansas Jan. 27, 1911, and died Salina, Kansans Dec. 10, 1987. He was a painter, teacher, etcher, lithographer, and dry pointer. He studied at the National Academy of Design; Bethany College where he earned a BFA; the California College of Arts & Crafts where he earned an MFA; and the Jay Connoway School of Art.

He painted the mural, Autumn Colors, in the Council Grove Post Office in 1941. He taught at Bethany College, Lindsborg from 1947-53, and was manager and assistant director of the Huntington Hartford Foundation, Pacific Palisades, CA from 1954 until he returned to Kansas in 1966. He headed the art program at Kansas Wesleyan University in Salina for a year before settling in Ellsworth.

ITEM ID
12065
THEME
Western
ORIGIN
United States • American
AGE
Late 20th Century
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Pleasant Summer Oil Painting by Charles B Rogers

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