Augustus Dunbier

Augustus Dunbier

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name = Augustus Dunbier

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caption = Portrait by Dunbier currently on display in the library of Clarkson College in Omaha, Nebraska."
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birthdate = birth date |1888|1|1|
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deathdate = death date and age |1977|9|11|1888|1|1|
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nationality = American
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Augustus William Dunbier (January 1, 1888-September 11, 1977), was a Nebraskan Impressionist painter, best known for his landscapes. Dunbier was educated in Germany and the Art Institute of Chicago. He often worked in the southwest United States and painted landscapes, still-lifes, and portraits. [Moore, Ann (2008). Who is "The Lady in Red". "Maltese Crossing" 1(6), 1. [] ]


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