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Keith Jacobshagen  
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American, Born 1941

Keith Jacobshagen earned a BFA in design from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1965. He began working as a greeting card designer, but soon decided to return to school. In 1968, he completed an MFA in design at the University of Kansas and accepted a teaching position at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, where he continues to teach today.

Jacobshagen creates striking, dramatic images of the midwestern landscape. His work is represented in the collections of several museums, including the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery in Lincoln, Nebraska, the Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, the University of Kansas Museum of Art, and the Oakland Museum in California.


ROCA 1988
Series of 5 individually titled monoprints
Master printer - Kevin Garber
Watercolor Monoprint from Plexiglas plates
Paper unknown
Dimensions vary from 12"w x 10"h to 41"w x 29"h
Series of 5 individually titled monoprints