Adolf Arthur Dehn
Upper Midwestern Artists | 1895–1968 | Waterville, Minnesota
Adolf Arthur Dehn, a Minnesota native, was a prolific lithographer, creating over 600 in his lifetime. After spending most of the 1920s in Europe, where his work appeared in magazines such as Vanity Fair, he returned to the United States. Though he lived in New York, he returned to Minnesota regularly for inspiration toward his favorite subject, the rural landscape of the Midwest.