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Whitney Western Art Museum

Makers
Schenck, Bill 3
Descriptions
acrylic on canvas 17
Names
Painting 860
Subjects
Group 440 rodeo 83 transportation 51 Landscape 691 Animal 735 Cowboy 292 Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Date:
1976
Dimensions:
H: 67.125 in, width: 86.5 in
Title:
County 22 H62
Credit Line:
William E. Weiss Contemporary Art Fund
Gloss:
County 22 H62 is an early work from William Schenck's second series of western paintings depicting contemporary rodeo scenes. Schenck based the painting on a slide he took of the Jackson Hole rodeo in the summer of 1975. Schenck says, "The painting is as much about orange and blue patterns on the ground as it is about the roper himself."
Inscription:
reverse of canvas: Schenck Feb. 76/County 22 H62
Remarks:
Acoustiguide.
Accession Number:
14.77

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