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 John T. Bauscher  (1890 - 1951)

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Lived/Active: Kentucky      Known for: landscape painting

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KENTUCKY LANDSCAPE
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Biography from US Auction House:
James L. Russell (American, 1873-1937) started the Wonderland Way Art Club* around 1906, which became a gathering for artists working along the Wonderland Way, an area from the Evansville, IN/Louisville, KY, to Cincinnati, OH.

Working en plein aire*, these artists painted views of the Ohio River in a loose, Americanized Impressionist* style.

John Bauscher was a well known member of the Club.  His peers included Paul Plaschke (American, 1880-1954), Joseph Krementz (American, 1840-1928), Sidney Crosier (American, 1857-1930) and many other lesser well-known artists.

In 1910, Bauscher won the contest of designing the third official seal for the state of Kentucky, as many citizens believed the current seal, a locomotive, was an outdated symbol of productivity in their state.  Bauscher's design had a lady holding a banner with the word "progress" on it in one hand and the other hand overflowing with cornucopia.  A train and steamboat were on the sides of her and tall building depicted in the background with the words "The Nation's Thorough-fare" on it.  This third seal was enacted on December 21, 1910 by the city council.


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Wikipedia: Seal of Kentucky, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seal_of_Louisville,_Kentucky


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