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101. Pothole Erosion Pothole Erosion To view a map of the artwork location in context to Oregon State University, see http://oregonstate.edu/cw_tools/campusmap/locations.php

102. Fish Carrier, Wishram Fish Carrier, Wishram PAPER USED: The two prints in the State Capitol Percent for Art collection are tissue prints. At the time of their printing they were done on one of three papers: Van Gelder, Japanese vellum, and India proof or tissue. A premium was paid at the time of issue for works on tissue because printing on the tissue was a more difficult process. The quality of print on this paper was also better because of the very smooth surface. About 60% of the prints were done on Van Gelder, 30% on vellum, and 10% on tissue. BACKGROUND: These photogravure prints by Curtis were produced 1906-1930 and the body of work was entitled "North American Indians." 20 books and 20 portfolios were produced. The two prints in the Capitol collection were from Portfolio 8. (from REPORT ON EDWARD CURTIS PRINTS FROM CONVERSATION WITH CURTIS PRINT SPECIALIST, 1991)

103. Basalt Clastics Basalt Clastics To view a map of the artwork location in context to Oregon State University, see http://oregonstate.edu/cw_tools/campusmap/locations.php

104. Dip-Netting in Pools, Wishram Dip-Netting in Pools, Wishram PAPER USED: The two prints in the State Capitol Percent for Art collection are tissue prints. At the time of their printing they were done on one of three papers: Van Gelder, Japanese vellum, and India proof or tissue. A premium was paid at the time of issue for works on tissue because printing on the tissue was a more difficult process. The quality of print on this paper was also better because of the very smooth surface. About 60% of the prints were done on Van Gelder, 30% on vellum, and 10% on tissue. BACKGROUND: These photogravure prints by Curtis were produced 1906-1930 and the body of work was entitled "North American Indians." 20 books and 20 portfolios were produced. The two prints in the Capitol collection were from Portfolio 8. (from REPORT ON EDWARD CURTIS PRINTS FROM CONVERSATION WITH CURTIS PRINT SPECIALIST, 1991)

105. Palomino Lake Palomino Lake To view a map of the artwork location in context to Oregon State University, see http://oregonstate.edu/cw_tools/campusmap/locations.php

106. Maupin, Oregon No. 2 Maupin, Oregon No. 2

107. Ungers Farm Labor Camp Ungers Farm Labor Camp

108. Farm Labor--Day Haul to Salem Farm Labor--Day Haul to Salem

109. Tulip, Stayton Tulip, Stayton

110. New American Gothic New American Gothic

111. Salt Creek Falls Salt Creek Falls

112. Rocks, Oregon Rocks, Oregon

113. Untitled (DiFranco) Untitled (DiFranco)

114. Eel Creek Dunes IV Eel Creek Dunes IV The Knight Library is the largest library facility in Oregon, holding collections with a replacement value of over $100 million. Approximately 1.85 million of the University Library's 2.4 million volumes are housed in Knight, along with microforms, government documents, sound recordings, films, and videotapes. Special Collections contains over 40,000 rare books and 13,000 linear feet of manuscript holdings; much of this primary source material is unique and irreplaceable at any price. The building is named in honor of the family of Philip Knight, President and CEO of Nike, Inc.

115. Sabines Revisited Sabines Revisited

116. Grapes Grapes

117. Door/Reflection Door/Reflection

118. Dunes and Pussywillows Dunes and Pussywillows

119. Untitled (Freemesser) Untitled (Freemesser)

120. Painted Hills Painted Hills
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