This painting of “Old Faithful” by Eugene Kingman is owned by the National Park Service, and is currently displayed in the Secretary of Interior’s office at the Department of Interior in Washington, D.C.
Art cannot get away from its period and time...Art and history are inseparable and dependent on each other.
Eugene Kingman (1909-1975) was a truly exceptional, amazing artist during the “New Deal” era, as well as a museum director later during his life. Below is an informative link about the life and career of this immensely creative and gifted person…
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This site to honor Eugene Kingman’s legacy is currently under construction, and more information about him will be coming soon.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC – Click on this link to read a fascinating article and view 13 of Eugene Kingman’s oil paintings in this 1937 issue of National Geographic Magazine, featuring both Yosemite and Crater Lake National Parks.
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