Lady Mary Montgomerie Currie once wrote in a poem, "GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO WAIT." Shown is Warree C. LeBron in the Dixie Art Colony studio at Nobles Ferry, c. 1938, WCL-2020.PH.0001 Sources: DAC Foundation Archives, Dixie Art Colony Foundation, Wetumpka, Alabama
–by Mark Andrew Harris, Founder & Director I am pleased to announce the addition of a ninth painting by Dixie Art Colony artist Richard Burrell Brough to the DAC Foundation Collection. This watercolor painting depicting a scene from Alabama's Gulf Coast was recently purchased by the DAC Foundation using memorial
EXPLORE THE DAC FOUNDATION COLLECTION and view 150 WORKS OF ART from the collection using our online database. Recently 50 new entries were added to the artwork database, each with an artist biography and in many cases, a photograph of the artist. Currently, a total of 42 artist's biographies are included.
The DAC Foundation is pleased to announce another painting by Dixie Art Colony artist Richard Brough has been added to the collection. Mary Carolyn Gibbs Cleveland recently donated this painting in honor of her sister Elberta Gibbs Reid. This painting was purchased by Mary Carolyn directly from Richard Brough. Brough
The DAC Foundation is pleased to announce another painting by Dixie Art Colony artist Richard Brough has been added to the collection. The painting is unique for several reasons. This Alabama landscape was commissioned by the Ford Motor Company for inclusion in the July 1963 edition of their magazine "Ford
Shown are TWO of THREE watercolor paintings by DAC artist Richard Burrell Brough, along with some of the Brough related ephemera recently added to the DAC Foundation collection. From our research, we know that Richard Burrell Brough was born in Salmon, Idaho. We also know that after studying at the Chouinard Art
Shown is ONE of THREE watercolor paintings by DAC artist Richard Burrell Brough, along with some of the Brough related ephemera recently added to the DAC Foundation collection. Richard Burrell Brough was born on May 31, 1920, in Salmon, Idaho. Brough participated in the Dixie Art Colony in 1948, the