Engravings by Carl Rungius
May 7 2011 - September 30 2011
Carl Rungius, one of America’s finest wildlife artists, created etchings that portray his empathy for wildlife. The heaviness of a bear, the mobility of a deer, and the awkwardness of a bull moose, all depicted as works on paper, clearly represent Rungius’ understanding for the wilderness that absorbed him during his lifetime. The Museum has a complete collection of these drypoints, exhibited in entirety for the first time. Kuhn Gallery.
Generously sponsored by Howell A and Ann M Breedlove Charitable Foundation, Gail & Bob Hughes, Oklahoma City Friends of the Museum, and Sally & Rick Mogan