Brown County Courthouse
Oil on masonite
25 x 30 inches
Framed: 30 1/2 x 35 1/2 inches
Inscription: Signed lower right
Exhibited: Chicago, Illinois, Picture Galleries of Marshall Field & Company, "Hoosier Salon," January 30-February 15, 1928 (66). This painting won the Edward F. Carry award ($200).
Note: Perfect condition, superior-quality period style frame, 22K gold gilded. This is the most desirable subject for a Brown County painting, featuring the Nashville, Indiana, courthouse. The storied "Liar's Bench" is at right. Add in the Hoosier Salon prize-winning exhibition history and this is the most important and desirable Brown County painting by Dahlgreen known.
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