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Date of Birth August 15, 1900
Date of Death March 02, 1963
Place of Birth Lexington, Massachusetts, USA
Profession Painter
Horoscope Leo

Harold Dow Bugbee Biography

Harold Dow Bugbee is a famous American painter, who was born on August 15, 1900 in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA. According to Astrologers, Harold Dow Bugbee's zodiac sign is Leo.

Harold Dow Bugbee (August 15, 1900 – March 27, 1963) was an American Western artist, illustrator, painter, and curator of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon, Texas. Bugbee sought with considerable success to become the dominant artist of the Texas South Plains, as his role model, Charles M. Russell of Montana, accordingly sketched life of the northern Great Plains.

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Bugbee was born in Lexington, Massachusetts, to Charles H. Bugbee and the former Grace L. Dow. In 1914, the family moved to the Texas Panhandle at the suggestion of a cousin, cattleman T.S. Bugbee, and established a ranch near Clarendon, the seat of Donley County east of Amarillo. As a youth, Bugbee began sketching the multiple facets of ranch life hoping to preserve for posterity a rapidly vanishing way of life. His own experiences offered keen insight into ranch living in the Panhandle. Bugbee graduated from Clarendon High School in 1917 and attended then Methodist-affiliated Clarendon College, since a public community college. In 1918, he enrolled at Texas A&M University at College Station.

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Bugbee spent many summers at the Taos art colony in Taos, New Mexico, where Bert Geer Phillips urged him to attend the Cumming School of Art in Des Moines, to study under the portrait painter Charles Atherton Cumming, who had established the art department at the University of Iowa in Iowa City. In 1921, he completed in two years a four-year curriculum at the Cumming school. In annual trips to Taos, Bugbee painted with W. Herbert Dunton, Leon Gaspard, Frank Hoffman, and Ralph Meyers. He often went camping in the Rockies to get a close-up view of nature.

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Bugbee returned to West Texas in 1921. His early patron was Ernest O. Thompson (1892–1966), a hotel owner, Amarillo mayor, and later, long-serving member of the Texas Railroad Commission. Thompson commissioned 14 oil paintings for the Longhorn Room of his prestigious Amarillo Hotel. He also sponsored Bugbee's first large art showing. In 1942, Thompson authorized Bugbee to paint 11 murals for the Tascosa Room of his Herring Hotel. Bugbee sold paintings to both ranchers and Western art collectors. He also sketched Christmas card designs available internationally.

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In 1933, Bugbee began illustrating pen-and-ink sketches for books, magazines such as Ranch Romances, Western Stories, Country Gentleman, and Field and Stream, and also historical editions of local and regional newspapers. He also illustrated such trade publications as The Shamrock and 34 issues of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Review. Starting in 1936, with the publication of Charles Goodnight: Cowman and Plainsman, a biography of legendary cattleman Charles Goodnight, Bugbee began an enduring association with West Texas historian J. Evetts Haley. He also did the illustrations for Willie N. Lewis' Between Sun and the Sod, S. Omar Barker's Songs of the Saddleman, James R. Gober's Cowboy Justice: Tale of a Texas Lawman, and Rufe O'Keefe's Cowboy Life. During this period, Bugbee exhibited his work in Clarendon and other Texas cities, as well as in Kansas City, Missouri, Chicago, Denver, and New York City. He was a popular fixture too at the Tri-State Fair (Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico) held annually in Amarillo.

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