(1860 - 1945)
Frank Reaugh was active/lived in Texas, Illinois. Frank Reaugh is known for landscape with longhorn cattle.
Often referred to as the Dean of Texas artists, Frank Reaugh is the major figure of the Old Guard in Texas art. As a painter and teacher, he played a key role in developing the Dallas and Fort Worth art scene, and in 1897, organized the Dallas School of the Fine Arts, and later was active in establishing the Dallas Art Association.
According to Michael Grauer, art historian of Texas Art, Reaugh with his many classes, "may have had a greater impact on the future of Texas art than any other artist or teacher prior to World War II. ...the roster of these classes read like a 'Who's Who' of Texas Art" From 1905 until the early 1940s, he took students on sketching trips to West Texas, and among these students were Alexander Hogue, Lucretia ... Displaying 750 of 20439 characters.