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JAMES ROSENQUIST: Born in Grand Forks, North
Dakota, 1933. Won a scholastic scholarship to the
Minnesota School of Art and studied with Cameron
Booth at the University of Minnesota. Has worked as
a gas tank painter as well as chauffeur and butler.
Worked as a bill board painter and display artist for
New York department stores. First one-man show
33. SHADOWS - Oil 72" x 96" Lent by Green Gallery,
LEON POLK SMITH: Born in Ada, Oklahoma, 1906.
Lived on farm and ranch first 25 years. Received M.A.
degree, Columbia University, 1938. Has taught in
Oklahoma, Georgia, Delaware, Florida, and New
York University. First one-man show was in New
York in 1941. Has exhibited in group shows through-
out the country. Now lives in New York.
34. THE RIVER - Oil 68" x 68" Lent by the Stable Gal-
lery, New York.
JACK YOUNGERMAN: Born in Louisville, Kentucky,
1926. Resided in Europe from 1947-1956, studying
at Ecole des Beaux-Arts for a year. First one-man
show was at the Galerie Arnaud in 1951. Has resided
in New York City since 1956 and has had four one-
man shows and been represented in many exhibitions.
35. ARGOSY - Oil 981/2" x 691/2 Lent by Betty Parsons
Gallery, New York.
Presented April 6 and 7
Produced by Claes Oldenburg for The Dallas Museum
for Contemporary Arts, this is the first happening to
occur in a museum.
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