Great Plains Art Collection
In 1980, Dr. John Christlieb and Mrs. Elizabeth Christlieb donated to the Center their valued collection of western art, library of western Americana, and provided an endowment for the care and maintenance of the Collection. The Christliebs contributed bronze sculptures by Frederic S. Remington and Charles M. Russell, paintings and works on paper by Albert Bierstadt, Karl Bodmer, and other well-known artists. Since 1980, many generous donors have helped to enlarge the collection with additional gifts, including twentieth century American paintings from Patricia J. and Stanley H. Broder, the Richard Lane collection of western fiction and history, and the Regina Collection of Canadian plains literature. The Great Plains Art Collection has a curator and staff.
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