(1901 - 1964)
Dennis Meighan Burlingame was active/lived in Iowa, Pennsylvania. Dennis Burlingame is known for genre-circus, figure, interiors.
Biography Dennis Burlingame
Dennis Meighan Burlingame (1901-1964)
Born in Oneida, New York, Dennis Burlingame participated in both summer sessions of the Stone City Art Colony*. During 1933, he served as faculty and assisted Arnold Pyle with the popular framing classes. After Adrian Dornbush purchased a small cabin next to the Wapsipinicon River, he turned over the famous water tower house to Burlingame, Pyle, and Jefferson Smith, the colony's second business manager. Dennis became known as the bartender for the Sickle and Sheaf, the restaurant created by colony students.
Labeled as a "circus painter" for his paintings of clowns and sideshow scenes, Burlingame's early works became part of a circus art genre. Several family stories state that Dennis work
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