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Walter Buckingham Swan (1871-1966) is the only Nebraska artist to have exhibited at the National Museum in Washington D.C. Smith has completed compiling a list of the artists work's in chronological order. The information is compiled directly from Swan's original journals. This includes his Mexico show (exhibited in Washington D.C.) and over 40 years of his creative work. The list is the entire documented lifetime production for the artist. This information also contains provenance specific to each art work. The artist biography is in process.


Attention owners of Walter Buckingham Swan:

Walter Buckingham Swan art research continues. Smith's research documents over 916 watercolors created by the artist. This includes his exhibition "Water Colors of Mexico by Walter Buckingham Swan" exhibited December 3rd, 1943 to January 2nd, 1944 at the National Museum, Washington DC.

Please be alert, there is a series of "oil on canvas" painted in an "impressionistic style" in "pastel colors". The pictures are signed "SWAN and no date" these "are not" Walter Buckingham Swan" oils. These oil paintings were created in the 1970s or later. Walter Buckingham Swan's art is "realism" and is documented.


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We recommend museum quality framing of your watercolor after the identifiers have been documented and your work registered at "NO FEE" to you by Smith.








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