Montana Art History
with an emphasis on representational art
Resource Library essays listed by author name in alphabetical order, followed by articles:
Resource Library does not contain additional articles or essays dedicated specifically to Montana art. As of February 7, 2012 Resource Library does contain 272 pages including the state's name.
Museums and other non-profit sources of Resource Library articles and essays:
C. M. Russell Museum
Hockaday Museum of Art
Missoula Art Museum
Holter Museum of Art
Yellowstone Art Museum
Other online information:
Artists from Montana - from Wikipedia
The Ed Craney Collection of Montana Art was a 2008 exhibition at The Montana Historical Society's Museum featuring the works of Montana artists Olaf C. Seltzer, Charles M. Russell, William Standing, Ralph DeCamp, Edgar S. Paxson, Ace Powell, Nancy McLaughlin, James Masterson, and Charles Biel.
Montana State Capitol - from Wikipedia
Books, listed by year of publication, with most recently published book listed first:
Drawn to Yellowstone: America's First National Park, by Peter H. Hassrick, Los Angeles: Autry Museum of Western Heritage, 2002.
Montana Landscape: One Hundred Years, 1830s-1930s: Yellowstone Art Center, May 9-August 1, 1982, By Charles Adrian Heidenreich, Virginia L. Heidenreich, Virginia Heidenreich-Barber, Published by Yellowstone Art Center 1982. 52 pages
Catalog of Art and Illustration of 19th Century Montana: An Exhibition at the Yellowstone Art Center, Billings, Montana, June 3-July 31, 1976, By Yellowstone Art Center, C. Adrian Heidenreich, Mont Yellowstone Art Center (Billings. Published by Yellowstone Art Center, 1976. 36 pages
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