Clement Haupers (1900-1982) Smokestack 1942 Oil on board 11.75 inches x 15.75 inches Signature lower left; title, date, and exhibition flyer on verso Exhibited at Minnesota Museum of Art, 30 East 10th Street, St. Paul, Minnesota September 17 - November 1, 1970 From the artist's estate
Edmund Kopietz (1900-1988) View of the Basilica of Saint Mary - Minneapolis, Minnesota Watercolor on Paper 1944 19 inches x 23 inches Signed and dated lower left quadrant
George Morrison (1919-2000) Untitled (Wood Collage Fragment) 1976-78 Lithograph Edition PP 1/4 30 inches x 44.5 inches Minnesota Museum of American Art to Private Collector Edition and blindstamp lower left quadrant, signature and date lower right quadrant Exhibited in Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison, 2013-15. Rushing and Makholm, Modern Spirit: The Art of George Morrison, 107.
Fritz Scholder (1937-2005) Portrait with Wing 1981 Bronze on wood base Edition 1 of 5 21 inches x 11 inches x 7 inches with base Signature, date and edition on back Joshua C. Taylor, William Peterson, R. Andrew Maass and Rudy H. Turk. Fritz Scholder. (New York: Rizzoli International Publications, Inc., 1982), 230.
George Morrison (1919-2000) Approaching Light. Crescent Moon with Star and Three Planets 6 AM January 29, 1984. Red Rock Variation: Lake Superior Landscape 1993 Acrylic on canvas on board 5¾ inches x 10 inches Signature, title, and date on verso Directly from artist to Dolly Fiterman collection to private collection
George Morrison (1919-2000) Breath of Windigo. Red Rock Variation: Lake Superior Landscape 1993 Acrylic on canvas on board 6 inches x 16 inches Signature, title, and date on verso Directly from artist to Dolly Fiterman collection to private collection
Dewey Albinson (1898-1971) Storm in the Laurentians Oil on Canvas 34 inches x 34 inches Signature lower left quadrant Exhibited in the Golden Gate International Exposition San Francisco World's Fair 1939-40, and several times at the American Swedish Institute
George Morrison Surrealist Landscape - Dot Technique - Minneapolis July 26, 1982 Marker on Paper 3.75 inches x 6 inches
Alexis Jean Fournier (1865-1948) Misty Morning After Rain 1914 Oil on board 10 inches x 13 1/4 inches Signature and date lower left Alexis Jean Fournier travelled to France seven times, the last time in 1913, before returning to the United States. The following year, 1914, marks the creation of "Misty Morning After Rain." The painting offers an atmospheric countryside view with a gentle breeze running across the grasses in the foreground, capturing the moments just after rainfall. The work is a lovely example of the artist's oeuvre, utilizing brilliant colors with elevated paint on the surface and traces of remaining strokes by the artist's brush.