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January 14, 2011

George Resler’s views of Saint Paul

Filed under: Our Favorite Things — Adam Harris @ 10:52 am

Many iconic locations contribute to the personality and identity of the capital city of Saint Paul, Minnesota. George Resler, one of Minnesota’s first printmakers, explores these places as well as the city’s inhabitants and Saint Paul’s skyline as subjects in prints created during the early twentieth century. Ben Gessner, Collections Assistant, presents Resler’s views of the city which served for decades as his inspiration. Selected prints by George Resler will be on display in the Minnesota Historical Society Library Lobby through March 2011.

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