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Julian Onderdonk in New York: The Lost Years, The Lost Paintings

Julian Onderdonk in New York: The Lost Years, The Lost Paintings is an exhibition based on a book of the same name by James Graham Baker published by the Texas State Historical Association. Dr. Ron Tyler is the curator of the exhibition. Both the exhibition and the book reveal that while Julian Onderdonk has heretofore been considered a Texas artist, he was also an American artist as more than one third of his body of work was created in New York City and depicts scenes from the surrounding area. Many of the New York works were signed with pseudonyms, each well researched and documented. This exhibition and the book bring these years to light. Most of these paintings have never been displayed publicly. Julian Onderdonk in New York: The Lost Years, The Lost Paintings is generously supported by Mr. William J. Hill and the City of San Antonio Department for Culture and Creative Development. Image: Spring Afternoon, 1906-1907, Julian Onderdonk, oil on canvas, Witte Museum Collection

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