W. Herbert Dunton Clippings,
Identifier: AC 360-s
Scope and Content
Collection consists of clippings of Dunton's illustrations and articles that appeared in journals and magazines, notably The National Sportsman, Nickel, Field and Stream, Brown Book, and Vogue. One scrapbook is bound, and one is unbound containing clippings in eighteen plastic covers.
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Duplication allowed for research purposes. User responsible for all copyright compliance.
W. Herbert (Buck) Dunton was born William Herbert Dunton on 28 August 1878. He became an artist, studied at the Cowles Art School in Boston, the Art Students Leaague in New York City, and in Taos with Ernest Blumenschein and Leon Gaspard. He illustrated for Harpers' Weekly, Scribners, and National Sportsman. He relocated permanently to Taos in 1914 and became a western illustrator and painter. The Stark Museum of Art in Orange, Texas, holds the largest collection of Dunton paintings and illustrations.
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- Guide to the W. Herbert Dunton Clippings, 1896-1904
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