Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West August 4–November 29, 2015
Frank Reaugh (1860–1945) is one of the Southwest's earliest and most distinguished artists. Working in the vein of American Impressionism, Reaugh (pronounced "Ray") devoted his career to visually documenting the immense unsettled regions of the Southwest before the turn of the twentieth century. A restless and intrepid traveler, Reaugh sketched scenes while riding with cattlemen during the height of Texas's historic roundups, and he led annual sketch trips to some of Texas's most spectacular and remote locations. Drawing on more than 100 artworks from the Harry Ransom Center's collection, as well as public and private collections across the state, the exhibition showcases Reaugh's approach to landscape painting and his mastery of the pastel medium.
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In the galleries, enjoy an exhibition audio tour, using your cell phone to learn more about items on view. Designated labels in the galleries provide a call-in number and instructions.
Admission to the exhibition is free. No tickets or reservations are required. Your donation supports the Ransom Center's exhibitions and public programs.
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10 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
10 a.m.–7 p.m. Thursday
Noon–5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday
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Harry Ransom Center
Windows on the West: The Art of Frank Reaugh (University of Texas Press and Harry Ransom Center) is now available for purchase online and in the lobby.
Harry Ransom Center
The Harry Ransom Center, a world-renowned humanities research library and museum at The University of Texas at Austin, houses extensive collections of literature, film, art, photography, and the performing arts.
This exhibition was made possible
by the generous support of:
Robert C. and Fallon B. Vaughn
Bobbie and John Nau
The Summerlee Foundation
Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA)
Valley House Gallery & Sculpture Garden
David Dike Fine Art
The Frank Reaugh Art Club