The following biographical information for William B. Rowe is taken from an exhibit guide titled An Alternative Course: The Art Institute of Buffalo, published in 2006 by Burchfield-Penny Art Center in Buffalo, New York. The guide was written by Dr. Albert L. Michaels. The original test was edited and additional information added for this submission by David Price, an independent researcher.
William B. Rowe was a leading figure in the Art Institute of Buffalo through the mid-nineteen forties. He was born in Chicago in 1910, and in 1913 his family moved to Buffalo. At Cornell University he majored in architectural and fine arts. Returning to Buffalo after college, he painted a multi-panel mural titled Theme
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