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Landford Monroe  1959-2000


Having absorbed the teachings of her father and mother, artists C. E. and Betty Monroe as well as those of her parents’ neighbors, none other than John Clymer and Bob Kuhn, Lanford Monroe delved deeply into the soul of American realism. Moody landscapes, animals merging with their surroundings and a sense of the seen, unseen and half-seen, echo the tenets of romantic painting, but Monroe transformed and transcended the canons, creating an enduring and inimitable body of work.

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