Great Plains Art Museum
(formerly Center for Great Plains Studies Art Collection)
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Early Nebraska Women Artists, 1880-1950; essay by Sharon L.Kennedy (1/16/09)
Spacious Skies Pastoral Places (6/11/01)
Prairie Music Suite (3/16/00)
Edward Borein: The Artist's and Work (1/17/00)
The Great Plains Art Museum opened in 1981 after a generous donation from Dr. John and Elizabeth Christlieb of Bellevue, Nebraska. The Christliebs donated to the Center for the Great Plains Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln their valued collection of western art, library of western Americana, and provided an endowment for the care and maintenance of the Collection.
The Christlieb Collection serves as the foundation of the Great Plains Art Museum's permanent collection. The Collection consists of bronze sculptures, paintings and drawings, other works on paper, and photographs, and includes artwork by Albert Bierstadt, William de la Montagne Cary, Robert F. Gilder, William Henry Jackson, Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, and Olaf Wieghorst. The Great Plains Art Museum is the home to many works of art by such artists as Lyman Byxbe, Ray Ellis, John Falter, Michael Forsberg, Charles Guildner, Veryl Goodnight, Cliff Hollestelle, Laurie Houseman-Whitehawk, Keith Jacobshagen, Ted Long, Herb Mignery, Andrew Peters, Martha and Del Pettigrew, Jackson Pollock, Norman Rockwell, and Grant Wood.
The Museum is located at University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1155 Q Street, Hewit Place. For hours and admission fees please see the Museum's website.
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