The career of South Dakota native Harvey Dunn spanned two world wars and the Great Depression. Now, technology has revealed some lost works by Dunn. Lost because they were painted over by the artist himself.
The South Dakota Art Museum in Brookings is about to reveal some of theose lost works in a new exhibit. SDPB's Brian Gevik brings us a first look.
Harvey Dunn artwork courtesy: South Dakota Art Museum
Photographs from "Where Your Heart Is" and "The Prairie is My Garden" by Robert F. Karolevitz, Copyright 1969 & 1970, North Plains Press, Aberdeen.
South Dakota State UniversityThe Robert K. and Cynthia R. Dunn CollectionThe William R. Agnew CollectionThe Louise D. Rutherford CollectionU.S. Signal Corps Photo Collections, The National ArchivesThe Chicago Historical SocietyThe Delaware Art Center, Wilmington
(Please visit the South Dakota Art Museum Web site at: http://www.southdakotaartmuseum.com/)
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