In 1932, a group of young Dallas artists captured national attention with their innovative interpretations of the Texas landscape and people, drawing on their own distinct vision and borrowing from styles like surrealism and cubism.
Artists including Otis Dozier and Jerry Bywaters characterized the “Texas Regionalism” movement. Through April 20, this pivotal moment in our state’s artistic evolution is on display in Texas Regionalism at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth.
Jerry Bywaters, Century Plant, 1939, Oil on Masonite, Collection of Alexander H. Albritton.
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