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Carl Rungius Catalogue Raisonné

In 2020, the National Museum of Wildlife Art initiated the Carl Rungius Catalogue Raisonné, with a goal to document all of the acclaimed artist’s finished paintings. The Museum holds the largest collection of work by Rungius in the United States and he plays a key part in Museum exhibits and programs.

This project will culminate in an online digital resource of interest to anyone wishing to investigate Rungius’s life and work. A major touring exhibit and masterworks publication are also in the planning stages.

We are currently accepting submissions for works for possible inclusion in the catalogue raisonné. To submit a work for consideration, please email Dr. Adam Duncan Harris at cr@wildlifeart.org.

The Catalogue Raisonné project is generously sponsored by The Thomas and Elizabeth Grainger Family Charitable Fund and the Robert S. and Grayce B. Kerr Foundation.

Announcing Dr. Adam Duncan Harris as the Grainger/Kerr Director of the Carl Rungius Catalogue Raisonné

Announcing Dr. Adam Duncan Harris as the Grainger/Kerr Director of the Carl Rungius Catalogue Raisonné

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Learn More About Carl Rungius

Carl Rungius is widely regarded as North America’s premier wildlife painter. Working primarily in the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming and Alberta, Canada he spent every summer painting and sketching in the high country

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