Adolf Dehn (1895-1968)

Adolf Dehn was born in Waterville, Minnesota. He became a master lithographer and noted painter of landscape paintings in watercolor and oil. He studied at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts and then got a scholarship to the Art Students League in New York.  During the 1920s, he passed eight years in Europe and got an early report as a black lithographer.

By 1936, Dehn gave up the print cautious for watercolor and then added oil to his media.  From 1939 to 1951, he traveled world good. In 1943, he won First Prize at the Global Watercolor Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago.  He was likewise a member of the Guggenheim Foundation.





Adolf Dehn Artwork

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