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 Oscar Brousse Jacobson  (1882 - 1966)

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Lived/Active: Oklahoma/Kansas / Sweden      Known for: landscape, portrait and Indian genre painting, etcher

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12/11/2008
cova Williams

Oscar B. Jacobson
In 1957 Oscar B. Jacobson wrote: When I first came to Oklahoma in 1915, it was the policy of the Government and the churches to change Indians into Whites as quickly and completely as possible. I was a voice crying in the wilderness; sometimes people looked on me as a queer person, because I insisted that "heathen" Indian pottery, beadwork, paintings, etc., also music, myths and ritual dances, were as beautiful and precious as their primitive Greek counterparts lovingly preserved in museums.

I am planning an exhibit using the Indian artist that Jacobson influenced and welcome any input to this fascinating and insightful man. You can contact me at my email.


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