Our library collection contains a number of biographies on Colorado fine artists. Titles of interest in our collection include:
- “The Art of ‘Nettie’ Bromwell,” by Maria Matthews, Colorado Heritage, Spring 1997.
- “C. Waldo Love: Denver Artist,” by Stan Cuba, Colorado Heritage, Jan/Feb 2012.
- “The Cowboy, the Indian, and the Buckaroo: Alexander Phimster Proctor in Colorado,” by Peter H. Hassrick, Colorado Heritage, Summer 2003.
- Denver Artists Guild: Its Founding Members, by Stan Cuba. History Colorado, 2015.
- “Eve Drewelowe: Boulder Artist,” by Stanley L. Cuba, Colorado Heritage, Summer 1990.
- Herndon Davis: Painting Colorado History, by Thomas J. Noel and Craig W. Leavitt, University of Colorado, 2016.
- “Impressions of a Renaissance: The Artists of Denver National Bank,” by Jack Henry Kunin, Colorado Heritage, Summer 2002.
- Irene Jerome Hood: A Victorian Woman and Her Art, by Georgianna Congiguglia, Colorado Historical Society, 1982.
- Masterpieces of Colorado: A Rich Legacy of Landscape Painting. Colorado Council on the Arts, 2007.
- “Paul Gregg: The City Room Was His Studio,” by Georgianna Contiguglia, Colorado Heritage, Summer 1990.
- “Seeing Allen True: The Life and Art of an American Muralist,” by Alisa Zahller, Colorado Heritage, Sept/Oct 2009.
- “Vance Kirkland: Confronting Colorado in Art,” by Stanley Cuba, Colorado Heritage, Summer 2001.
- “Western Visions: Colorado’s New Deal Post Office Murals,” by Mary Motian-Meadows, Colorado Heritage, Autumn 1991.
Many of these artists’ works can be seen exhibited in local galleries, government buildings, universities, and museums such as History Colorado; the Denver Art Museum; the Kirkland Museum of Decorative and Fine Arts; and the American Museum of Western Art.
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