Frederick Shane - "A Farm in the Rockies"
12" × 7.5" hand signed in pencil Lithograph by well known Kansas City born Colorado artist Frederick 'Fred' Shane.
Frederick Shane, 1906-1992
Fred Shane was born in Kansas City, Missouri. Beginning in 1932, he was a professor of art at the University of Missouri in Columbia, and he was appointed Chairman of the Art Department in 1958 until his retirement in 1971. Shane became an associate of Thomas Hart Benton after they met in 1935, and like Benton, Shane focused his aesthetic attention on rural America, representing the ordinary citizens of mid-Missouri and the Midwestern landscape.
Citation: “American Regionalism: Frederick E. Shane.” American Regionalism: Frederick E. Shane | Museum of Art and Archaeology. Accessed March 13, 2020. https://maa.missouri.edu/gallery/american-regionalism-frederick-e-shane.