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Oread Gallery is actively seeking works by the following Kansas and Great Plains artists.  We are interested in purchasing individual items as well as larger collections.  Please CONTACT US if you have items which you wish to sell.
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| KANSAS ARTISTS |    
Robert T. Aitchison
Edgar Albin
Carl Amberg (Kanza pottery)
Gertrude Anderson Armantrout (china painting and prints)
John Bashor
Rosemary Laughlin Bashor
Gladys Bate
David E. Bernard
Watson Bidwell
Myra Biggerstaff
Albert Bloch
Blackbear Bosin
J. Warren Brinkman
Dwight Burnham
Bessie Stough Callender
Charles M. Capps
Sheldon Carey (ceramics and glass)
Blanche Carstenson
Cecil Carstenson
Avis Chitwood
Ralph Coffeen
Bruce Conner
Fern Cooper
Leo Courtney
Sue Jean Hill Covacevich
Margret Craver Withers (silver and metals)
W. Phelps Cunningham
Edmund L. Davison
E. Hubert Deines
Betty Dickerson
William Dickerson
Drew Dobosh
Aaron Douglas
Raymond Eastwood
Dwight Eisenhower (watercolors)
Maud Ellsworth
Helen Eppink
Norman Eppink
Josie Eresh
Terry Evans (photographs)
John Falter
Lloyd C. Foltz
Bernard “Poco” Frazier
Merrell Gage
Dolores Gaston-Runbeck
Glenn Golton
John Gorbutt
William Alexander Griffith
Franklin Gritts
Arthur W. Hall
Norma Bassett Hall
Clara Hatton
Ted Hawkins
John F. Helm, Jr.
Orval Hempler
Helen Hodge
George E. Hopkins
Clarence Hotvedt
Lester Hull
Mary Huntoon
Earl Iversen
Arvid Jacobson
Thomas Berger Johnson
Anna Keener
Joseph M. Kellogg
Rosemary Ketcham
Robert Kiskadden
Edmund Kopietz
Paul Kubitschek
Etta Kushner (Mrs. Albert)
Clarisse Laurent
Corban Lepell
Herschel C. Logan
Berenice Lopes
Gustav Malm
Paul Mannen
Charles L. Marshall
Louis Martsolf
Frank Olin Marvin
Karl Mattern
Leona Haskell McDaniel
Margaret Marie Miller
Bruce Moore
Joel Moss
Grover Mountain
Marguerite M. Nellis
Peggy Martin Nichols (Pegasus)
John Noble (“Wichita Bill”)
Michael Ott
David Overmyer
Gordon Parks (photographs)
Anton Pearson (wood carvings)
Frank Peers
Margot (Marguerite Munger) Peet
Jack Pharo
Norman Plummer
Lester Raymer
John Brice Reed
Albert T. Reid
Enrique Riveron
Patric Rowley
Quartus Ruggles
Birger Sandzen
Margaret Sandzen (Greenough)
Isabel Schreiber
Yolande Jacobson Sheppard
Pauline Shirer
Everett Scrogin
C.A. (Coy Avon) Seward
Roger Shimomura
Gladys Nelson Smith
Bertha Spencer
Elizabeth Sprague
Clayton Henri Staples
Ray Stapp
Bernard Steffen
George M. Stone
John Strange
John Talleur
Alexander Tillotson
John Thorns
Nick Vaccaro
Mabel Vandiver
Maynard Walker
Dick West (Wah-pah-nay-yah)
Mary Weston
Zona Wheeler
Marjorie Whitney
Frances Whittemore
Margaret Whittemore
Henry Worrall
Fredda Wright
Walter Yost


     
| MID-CENTURY WICHITA ARTISTS |    
Including members of the indeX group:
   
David Bernard
Watson Bidwell
Bruce Conner
James G. Davis
Paul “Pablo” Edwards
Rex Hall
Eugene “Skip” Harwick
Ken Jones
Bruce McGrew
Robert Kiskadden
Enrique Riveron
Mary Joan Waid
     
| STUDENT ARTISTS |    
Works by the students of:    
Birger Sandzen at Bethany College, Lindsborg William J. Dickerson at the Wichita Art Association  
     
| HISTORICAL KANSAS POTTERY |    
Fort Hays State College pottery
Kanza Pottery
Kansas Geological Survey pottery
Miltonvale Potteries
Gorbutt-Bowman pottery
Studio pottery from Kansas colleges and universities
Work by the Kansas WPA Museum Project
(pottery, metalwork, dolls, furniture, etc.).

     
| PERSONAL MATERIALS |    
Items related to the artists listed above, including:    
original letters
diaries
notebooks
sketchbooks
student works
personal photographs
exhibition catalogs
sales records

     
| GREAT PLAINS ARTISTS |    
Oklahoma, Nebraska, Missouri, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota, Texas, Manitoba, Alberta  
May Todd Aaron
Emilio Amero
Arthur Amiotte
Paul Barr
Eugene Bavinger
Zoe Beiler
Henry Eric Bergman
Ruth Bohan
Ross Braught
Edith Brisac
Ada Caldwell
Idress Cash (pottery)
MarGretta Cocking
Thomas Coleman
JessieJo Eckford
Dale Eldred (sculpture and prints)
Ira Eppler
Mercedes Erixon
Kady Faulkner
Constance Forsythe
Fred Geary
Cris Glasell
Don Glasell

Leonard Good
Charles Grantier
Charles Greener
Halvorson, Elmer Halfdon
Mildred W. Hammond
Alexandre Hogue
Margaret (Margot) Holt
Oscar Howe
Olinka Hrdy
Keith Jacobshagen
Oscar Brousse Jacobson
Ilah Marian Kibbey
Eugene Kingman
Dwight Kirsch
Stella LaMond
Bertha Landers
Thetis Lemmon
Mark McCall Levings
Verda Ligon
Gladys Lux
Edith Mahier
Eugene McFarland
Blanche McVeigh
J. Jay McVicker
Loraine Moore
Wright Morris
Ole the Hermit (carvings)
Einar Olstad
John O'Neil
Grace Genoi (Geno) Pettit
Wilbur E. Phillips
Aaron Gunn Pyle
Grant Reynard
Persis Weaver Robertson
Clifford Foard Robinson
Nan Sheets
Coreen Spellman
Dorothea Stevenson
Willard Stone
R. Wendell Tomberlin
Janet Turner
Robert Weaver
Glenn Wheete
Treva Wheete
Hal Wilmeth

     
| POTTERY & CERAMICS |  
WPA and NYA pottery from Oklahoma and North Dakota
Frank Potteries
early Frankoma items
ceramics from smaller Oklahoma producers:
Sequoyah Pottery
Hammat Originals
Permian Pottery
Oklahoma State University pottery

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
Contact us
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Oread Gallery specializes in twentieth-century American paintings, prints, pottery, and crafts, with an emphasis on Kansas artists and Great Plains regionalism. We are particularly interested in showcasing the work of lesser known artists from Kansas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, the Dakotas, and Texas from the 1920s through the 1960s. We are actively purchasing works in all media by the artists listed on our ART WANTED page. Please CONTACT US with any questions or comments, or if you are interested in buying and selling any works of art. Oread Gallery is actively seeking works by the following Kansas and Great Plains artists.  We are interested in purchasing individual items as well as larger collections.  Please CONTACT US if you have items which you wish to sell. Oread Gallery, Kansas art galleries, Witchita galleries, Kansas fine art, Topeka galleries, art collecting, Twentieth century american art, 20th century american art, american paintings, american prints, american pottery, american crafts, Kansas artists, Great Plains regionalism, oklahoma artist, nebraska artist, North Dakota artist, South Dakota artist, Texas artist, American art 1920 through 1960, American art 1920, american art 1930, american art 1940, american art 1950, american art 1960, Art Wanted, purchasing art, buying and selling art, Bill Tsutsui, we buy art, selling kansas art, selling american art