Blackbear Bosin and Woody Crumbo: American Indian Masters
The names of Blackbear Bosin (Comanche-Kiowa,1921-1980) and Woody Crumbo (Potowatomi,1912-1989), acclaimed for their mastery as 20th century American Indian artists, have deep ties to Wichita. Bosin made the city his home for 40 years. Crumbo studied art in Wichita in the 1930s and worked in the aviation industry here during World War II. This exhibition presents collection riches from the museum as well as key works by Bosin on loan from the Philbrook Museum of Art in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Wichita, KS 67203
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