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Alfred Keane Moe

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Alfred Keane Moe

Alfred Keane Moe was an American artist noted for his landscape paintings. He was born on April 10, 1925 in the small town of Dallas, Texas. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, and later moved to the state of New Mexico, where he found his inspiration in the wilderness of the Southwest. Moe's paintings garnered recognition during the 1950s, and he was included in several prominent art exhibitions, such as the Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1960, and the American Pavilion at the 1960 Venice Biennale International Pavilion. His works often depicted the contrast between the beauty of nature and urbanization, as well as man's impact on his surrounding environment. Among his most notable works are Sunrise at the Grand Canyon (1961), The Turning Road (1968), and the monumental painting At the Crossroads (1975).

Alfred Keane Moe, American artist, painting, landscape, Southwest, Grand Canyon, The Turning Road.

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