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The Tweed Museum of Art's exhibition of the life and work of Duluth painter David Ericson (1869 – 1946) will end on January 15, 2005. A Sunday Afternoon Gallery Talk will be held at 2 p.m. on January 8.
Coming from modest means as the son of Swedish immigrants, from an early
age, Ericson gained the confidence and patronage of prominent Duluthians
and became recognized as the Zenith City’s most celebrated turn-of-the-century
painter. Ericson studied in New York at the Art Students League and in
Paris, with James McNeill Whistler. Throughout his career, traveling,
painting and gaining critical acclaim in Europe and on the East Coast,
Ericson maintained ties to his native home.
Concurrent with Always Returning, the exhibition: Artists of Duluth: 1870 – 1940 presents selected works by an august group of David Ericson’s contemporaries, including: Knute Heldner, Clarence Rosenkranz, Matthais Wolden, Alexis Fournier, and Peter Lund.
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