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Artist Hogue, Alexandre
Title Avalanche By Wind
Date 1944
Year Range from 1944
Year Range to 1944
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions H-42.125 W-55.118 inches
Credit line Gift of William Benton
ID# 1949.001.001
Object Name Painting
Provenance William Benton; gift to UAMA, 1949.
Bibliography Ralph Waldo Emerson Illustrated, UAMA, Feb 3, 2012 - May 27, 2012
"Alexandre Hogue: The Erosion Series." , Sue Canterbury, Dallas Museum of Art, 2014.
"Alexandre Hogue: An American Visionary - Paintings and Works on Paper" Kalil, Susie Dec 2010
Pagano, Grace "Catalogue of The Encyclopedia Britannica Collection of Contempory American Painting" pg. 56
"An Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings and Sculpture" 1945 Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas Texas
Exhibitions History "Encyclopaedia Brittanica Collection of Contemporary American Paintings," circulated: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Jan 14-Feb 20, 1945, Art Institute of Chicago, Apr 1945, Minneapolis Art Institute, Sep 10-Oct 12, 1946, Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa, OK, Jan 1949; "Alexandre Hogue: Paintings Prior to 1946," Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art, Tulsa, Feb 5-Mar 10, 1959; Tulsa University retrospective, Apr 1959; "Wilderness," Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Oct 9-Nov 14, 1971, cat. no. 11.; Alexandre Hogue Touring Exhibition, circulated: Philbrook Art Center, May 20-July 15 1984. Grand Rapids Art Museum Aug 15-Oct 15 1984. Cedar Rapids Art Museum, Oct 31 1984-Jan 1 1985. Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Feb 1-April 15, 1985. Hudson River Museum, May 15-July 31 1985. National Museum of American Art, Aug 15-Oct 31, 1985; Phoenix Art Museum 1986;
"Alexander Hogue: An American Visionary- Paintings and Works on Paper" Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, Nov 28, 2010-Apr 8, 2011
"Alexander Hogue: The Erosion Series, Dallas Museum of Art, February 16, 2014 to June 15, 2014
"Cultivating Treasures," UAMA (C. Leonard Pfifer Gallery), May 9- Sep 8, 2014.

Highlights of the Permanent Collection, UAMA, Mar. 19, 2016
Subjects Dust storms
Dust Bowl
Droughts
Land
Landscape paintings
Landslides
Avalanches
Plains
Telecommunication cables
Telecommunication lines
Railroad rails
Midwest
Farms
Farming
Silos
Windmills
Wind
Wind instruments
Storms
Weather
Railroad locomotives
Railroad smoking cars
Railroad ties
Railroad tracks
Railroads
Paintings
Regionalism
Natural disasters
Natural phenomena
Nature
Clouds
Telecommunication lines
Sand
Southwest
Dallas Nine
American Realism
American Regionalism
Trains