|Artist||Dehn, Adolf Arthur|
|Title||Sentinels of the Rockies (also South Park, Colorado)|
|Year Range from||1942|
|Year Range to||1942|
|Medium||Watercolor on paper|
|Dimensions||H-19.8 W-28.44 inches|
|Credit line||Gift of C. Leonard Pfeiffer|
|Provenance||Associated American Artists, New York, NY; C. Leonard Pfeiffer, 1942(?); gift to UAMA, 1945.|
"The University of Arizona Collection of American Art," U of A, 1947, cat. #21, color.
"American Art Collection," U of A, 1960, no page, illus.; ref to "South Park Colorado" in 1947 catalogue of lithos AAA; ref to "South Park Colorado" wc 1956 AAA exhibition
"C. Leonard Pfeiffer Collection," cat. #21, page 35, U of A, 1961.
"An Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings From the Collection of the University of Arizona," Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, Apr 7-27, 1943, M.H. DeYoung Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA, Aug 1943, cat. no. 74; Phoenix Fine Arts Association, Phoenix, AZ, Jan 12-26, 1945; Texas Western College of the University of Texas, El Paso, TX, Mar 1950; "A University Collects-Arizona," sponsored by the American Federation of the Arts, New York City, circulated: University of California Art Gallery, Los Angeles, Sept 9-30, 1952, Rosicrucian Egyptian Oriental Museum, San Jose, CA, Dec 5-31, 1952, Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, CA, Jan 18-Feb 8, 1953, Texas Western College, El Paso, Feb 22-Mar 15, 1953, Ringling Museum of Art, Sarasota, FL, June 29-July 26, 1953, Miami Beach Art Center, Aug 10-27, 1953, Winston-Salem Public Library, NC, Sept 20-Oct 11, 1953, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Oct 25-Nov 15, 1953, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, Nov 28-Dec 18, 1953; "Paintings from the Collections of the University of Arizona," circulated: Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR, Springfield Art Museum, Springfield, MO, Des Moines, IA, Kansas Art Gallery, Lawrence, KS, 1962-1963;
"To Have the World in Hand: The Art of Watercolor. Selections from the UAMA Permanent Collections," UAMA (Main and South Galleries), May 29 - Sept. 13, 2009;