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Fechin Paintings, Drawings and Charcoals from Taos are at Parsons in Taos
Kenneth Miller Adams
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Kenneth Miller Adams Highest Auction Prices
"Taos Indian Evening" Price: $277,500
"The Talpa Ridge, Taos" Price: $145,600
"A Street in Taos" Price: $134,500
"Taos, NM, 1924" Price: $93,000
"An Old Roadway" Price: $54,630
"Racita" Price: $25,842
"Figures on a Path Approaching a House" Price: $19,120
"Taos Church" Price: $18,000
"Asters" Price: $9,200
"Gladiolas-Still Life" Price: $9,000
Fine Art prices have risen steadily. Please contact the Gallery for the latest prices and current inventory.
Parsons does not offer Kenneth Miller Adams prints, because no print can compare to the real art works.
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Kenneth Miller Adams Timeline:
Kenneth Miller Adams (1897 – 1966)
He painted realistic landscapes, portraits, nudes, and florals.
He was born in Topeka, Kansas on Aug. 6, 1897.
At 16, Adams studied under George Melville Stone in Topeka, Kansas
in 1916 he studied at the Art Institute of Chicago
Kenneth Miller Adams was a student of K.H. Miller, George Bridgeman, G.M. Stone, Maurice Stern, & Eugene Speicher
He served as a private in the Army in World War I.
In 1919 he attended the Art Students League of New York studying under K.H. Miller, George Bridgeman, Maurice Stern, & Eugene Speicher.
He worked with Andrew Dasburg in Woodstock, NY during his summers.
He traveled to France & Italy, painting landscapes from 1921-23.
In 1924 he moved to Taos, NM to be with Andrew Dasburg and Walter Ufer.
in 1926 he joined the Taos Society of Artists as its last and youngest member.
In 1927 the Taos Society of Artists disbanded.
In 1929 he began teaching at the Taos Field School of Art.
In 1933, he painted for the Federal Art Project.
In 1937 he was commissioned to paint "Rural Free Delivery" in the Goodland Post Office.
He created murals for Washington, DC, the University of New Mexico, and the Kansas State College.
In 1938 he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico and served a tenured professorship as artist-in-residence at the University of New Mexico up to his retirement in 1963.
In 1961 he was was honored by election as a academician of the National Academy of Design.
In 1964 the University of New Mexico recognized him with a retrospective of his work.
He died in 1966 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Kenneth Miller Adams Museum Collections include:
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art
Harmsen Western Art Collection
Joslyn Art Museum
Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art
Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri-Columbia
Museum of New Mexico
Museum of The Southwest
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Phoenix Art Museum
Roswell Museum and Art Center
Sangre De Cristo Arts Center
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Spencer Museum of Art
Stark Museum of Art
The Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Kenneth Miller Adams Exhibitions include:
Art Institute of Chicago
Carnegie Institute, International
Corcoran Gallery, Washington DC
Museum of Modern Art, New York
National Academy of Design
Salons of America
San Francisco Art Association
Society of Independent Artists
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
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