C. Curry Bohm, a photographer, painter, and printmaker whose
artistic career spanned five decades, was an integral part of the
Chicago art scene in the 1920s and a very prominent part of the second
generation of the Brown County, Indiana art colony from his first visit
in 1920 until his death, serving as a charter member of the Brown County
Art Gallery Association and helping to transform “Brown County into one
of the nation’s outstanding art colonies.”
short, blonde-haired, gray-eyed Curry inherited some of his penchant
for paints from his father Robert W. Bohm, a noted portrait, mural, and
scenery painter whose family hailed from Louisiana where he was born in
1868 in New Orleans.
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