Karl Drerup: Paintings by a New Hampshire Treasure

SEPTEMBER 7 – OCTOBER 15, 2005

  • Karl Drerup Art Gallery
  • Opening event September 7, 4 – 6 p.m.

St. Hubert's Vision, Karl Drerup oil on canvas

St. Hubert's Vision, Karl Drerup oil on canvas

Karl Drerup (1904-2000), legendary Plymouth State art professor, American enamelist and New Hampshire Living Treasure, was a young man in love with life and art, living and working in the pre-World War II Europe’s most exciting cities – Berlin, Florence and Madrid – and in the colorful market towns, fishing villages and beaches of the Canary Islands. Drerup’s paintings radiate self-confidence, energy and a delight in life’s myriad of New Hampshire. Curated by Jane Port and Catherine Amidon.

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Cynthia Robinson
Museum Director
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Mike Heitz
Admin. Assistant
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