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Photo: Dan Wayne

Keith Jacobshagen
Born 1941 in Wichita, KS
Lives and works in Lincoln, NE
Dog Days (Platte Valley), 1989
oil paint on linen
44 x 100 inches
Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection
Gift of the R. C. Kemper Charitable Trust and Foundation
1995.43
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Jacobshagen champions the American prairie in his art. For nearly forty years, he has been fascinated with the landscapes and skylines found around his home in Nebraska. This canvas features the artist's signature low horizon line, dominated by the dramatic atmospheric effects of light in the expansive Midwestern skies. Pictured at dusk, sunrise, night, and other times of day, his landscapes are usually dotted with farmsteads, grain elevators, or highways.