W. H. D. Koerner and Montana

an exhibition arranged by the Montana Historical Society in association with Ruth Koerner Oliver, July-Sept., 1971.
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Montana Historical Society , [Helena
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ContributionsOliver, Ruth Koerner., Montana Historical Society.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND237.K5953 O4
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 28 p. (chiefly illus. (part col.))
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5707758M
LC Control Number70171028

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Wilhelm Heinrich Detlev "Big Bill" Körner (November – Aug ), also known as Wilhelm Heinrich Dethlef Koerner, William HD Koerner, WHDK, or W.H.D. Koerner, was a noted illustrator of the American West whose works became known to new audiences when his painting, nicknamed A Charge to Keep, was used as the cover image for the ghostwritten biography by the same name by George W.

W.H.D. Koerner Born in Lunden, Germany, William Koerner was a noted magazine and book illustrator whose work was characterized by strong draftsmanship and an eye for detail.

He immigrated with his family to the United States inand they settled in Clinton, Iowa. This is a review of his works. IT IS JUST GREAT. You have not seen it before. I just lucked on to it. BORGLUM, Gutzun. KOERNER –. KOERNER, William H. Dethlef ( - ). As with most top flight artists and illustrators, death sends the price of their work Rating: % positive.

Born in Lunden, Germany, William Koerner was a noted magazine and book illustrator whose work was characterized by strong draftsmanship and an eye for detail. He immigrated with his family to the United States inand they settled in Clinton, Iowa.

At he became a rapid-hand illustrator for the Chicago Tribune. ByContinue reading W.H.D. Koerner. William Henry Dethlef Koerner () W.H.D. Koerner was one of the most popular and prolific magazine and book illustrators of the early Twentieth Century.

Although he spent most of his working life in the East, he is best known as a faithful illustrator of stories of the American West. Koerner & Emerson Hough A Western Collaboration by Dorys Crow Grover.

Sollid Wants to See You George Sollid, Homestead Locator by William E. Farr. When Lowry Took Russell and Me to Eat by Belknap “Ballie” Buck introduction by Brian W.

Dippie. How the Buffalo Lost His Crown by John W. Beacon illustrated by Charles M. Russell. Get this from a library. The world, the work, and the West of W.H.D.

Koerner. [W W. H. D. Koerner and Montana book Hutchinson] -- Biography of Koerner, well illustrated, with many of his drawings and paintings.

W.H.D. Koerner () was born in Prussia. His family moved to Iowa when he was three. He illustrated for several newspapers and magazines in his twenties before enrolling at New York’s Art Students League and then studying under Howard Pyle at the Brandywine School.

Koerner was asked by The Saturday Evening Post to illustrate several articles with Western themes, and this kicked off a. Woven inseparably into this fabric was the universal lure of the American West, and at the very heart of that story lay the life and work of W.H.D.

Koerner. W.H.D. Koerner ( – ). “The Snow Eddied and Whirled about the Men.” Koerner’s life ( – ) spanned the great age of. W.H.D.

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Koerner William Henry Dethlef Koerner was born to a German immigrant family in The Koerners settled in Clinton, Iowa, inand the young William displayed a talent for the visual arts from an early age. W.H.D. Koerner, painter and illustrator, was born in Lunden, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and grew up in Clinton, Iowa.

A steady contributor at the time of the “Golden Age” of illustration and American popular fiction, he was a highly prolific artist and painted 2, published illustrations for more than fourteen popular magazines.

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Koerner’s studies with Pyle coupled with exposure to a circle of first class students provided him with the impetus to create images of our popular culture, which reached a mass-circulation audience of enormous size.

A few years later, inthe Koerner family took a trip to Montana where his fame for Wild West paintings had grown widespread. Koerner posed his son, Billy, on horseback, weighting him down with coats and scarves, despite the miserable July heat. If any painting has ever captured the misery of cowboy and cattle, and the deadliness of Western weather, it is W.H.D.

Koerner’s Hard ed in coats and scarves, hands shoved deep in their pockets, cowboys push a herd in a blinding blizzard, their backs to the wind. Make sure to stop in at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming when you visit Yellowstone National Park.

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Search Items Your W. Koerner () Two drawings: Cowboys Riding. " x " pencil on paper. - James Kenneth Ralston, collector's lot of art and a book. March in Montana. James Kenneth Ralston ( - ). Five items. Körner, also rendered Koerner, or Korner is a German surname which may refer to.

People. Alexis Korner (–), born Alexis A. Koerner, musician; Alfred Körner (–), a former Austrian footballer; August T. Koerner (), American politician; Brendan I. Koerner, contributing editor for Wired magazine; Christian Gottfried Körner (–), German writer and lawyer.

William H.D. Koerner was a noted magazine and book illustrator whose work was characterized by strong draftsmanship and an eye for detail. He immigrated with his family to the United States infrom Germany.

At he became a rapid-hand illustrator for the Chicago Tribune. Byhe was attending classes at the Art Institute in. William Henry Dethlef Koerner ( – ) William Henry Dethlef Koerner was born in Lunden, Germany.

William Koerner was a noted magazine and book illustrator whose work was characterized by strong draftsmanship and an eye for detail. He immigrated with his family to the United States inand they settled in Clinton, Iowa. Read More». While the Horses Stood To Their Fetlocks In The Tumbling Stream, He Turned To Her, A Smiling Question In His Eyes, by W.

Koerner, Well, now that I’ve lived in Montana for a while, I’ve learned a few sayings of the “only in Montana” variety. Given the part of Montana I write about in my Sweet Grass – Montana Romance series.

More about William Henry Dethlef (WHD) Koerner () Born in Lunden, Germany, William Koerner was a noted magazine and book illustrator whose work was characterized by strong draftsmanship and an eye for detail.

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He immigrated with his family to the United States inand they settled in Clinton, Iowa. KOERNER – A TRUE MASTER OF WESTERN ART On all multiple items after the first, you will receive a 10% discount. Postage will be combined and refund granted if saved. INSERT THE NAME YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR IN THE BOX BELOW AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN OUR eCRATER STORE IN THIS OR ANY OTHER TITLE OR : $ Montana Historical Society (in association with Ruth Koerner), W.H.D Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, W.H.D Koerner: Illustrator of the West, Los Angeles, CA Kennedy Galleries, INC., New York, NY.

Koerner's studies with Pyle, coupled with his exposure to a circle of first class students, provided him with the impetus to create images of our popular culture that reached an enormous mass-circulation audience. A few years later, inthe Koerner family took a trip to Montana, where his fame for Wild West paintings had preceded him.

Koerner. W.H.D. Koerner was born in Lun, Germany, in When he was two years old, his family immigrated to America and settled in rural Iowa. At eighteen he ventured to Chicago, where luck and youthful bravado landed him a job in the art department of the Chicago Tribune. W.H.D.

Koerner (–) The Price of the Old Northwest () oil on canvas 28 x 40 in. William Henry Dethlef Koerner (New Jersey, New York, Montana, Deutsch, German, November – Aug ) Wilhelm Heinrich Detlev "Big Bill" Korner, also known as Wilhelm Heinrich Dethlef Koerner, William HD Koerner, WHDK, or W.H.D.

Koerner, was a noted illustrator of the American West whose works became known to new audiences when.W.H.D. Koerner () was a successful East Coast illustrator and and one of the few artists to portray frontier women. This painting The Homesteaders was the introductory image for Rose Wilder Lane's Let the Hurricane Roar, an account of the life of her mother, Laura Ingalls Wilder, published by the Saturday Evening Post in The painting portrays the Ingalls family with baby Laura.

As Western fiction became popular, illustrators Frank Schoonover (), W.H.D. Koerner (), Alan Tupper True (), N.C.

Wyeth (), Harvey Dunn () and A.R. Mitchell (), among others put their own touches on cowboy art.