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Artist Images Lecture with Thomas T. Wilson

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Thomas T. Wilson is described as "probably the best-known unknown painter in the Northwest." Most of his early paintings still hang in the houses of his original buyers. Very few of his paintings are in public spaces, and the artist has never sought or received formal gallery representation.

The bold lyricism and originality of Wilson's work is revealed in the lush farmlands of his native Illinois, his fascination with light and space in his tree compositions, and his vibrant landscapes and cloudscapes inspired by the dramatic environment of the Pacific Northwest.

Anne Gould Hauberg Artist Images Lecture with Thomas T. Wilson
Thursday, Oct. 6, 7 p.m.
Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 220
Presented in partnership with UW Alumni Association
* Reservations available Sept. 1

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