Victoria on September 11th, 2010

The Children’s Hospital of Denver is having Allen True’s delightful Indian Women on Bank of Stream and Indian Women at Rest restored by the Western Center for the Conservation of Fine Art. When restoration is completed, the two murals will again be displayed at the Hospital. The Children’s Hospital also is exploring ways to fully […]

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Denver arts writer Georgia Garnsey has reported seeing Allen True’s delightful and unusual mural The Water Hole hanging at Denver’s City Hall Events Center, at 1144 Broadway in downtown Denver.  The painting, signed and dated 1935,  depicts jungle animals gathered near water. The last news about The Water Hole was that when Chris Christou turned […]

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The Denver Post announced on December 20, that Colorado Public Television KBDI-Channel 12 has scheduled two additional broadcasts of “ALLEN TRUE’S WEST.”  This is due to the heightened interest in True after the news earlier in the week that the bank building in which sixteen of True’s Indian Memories murals has been sold and will […]

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Stonebridge Companies has bought the former Colorado National Bank building at 17th and Champa in downtown Denver and will convert it into a hotel, adding several floors to the existing six-story structure. The very good news is that the President and CEO Navin Dimond plans to preserve Allen True’s sixteen Indian Memories murals that grace […]

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Victoria on February 9th, 2009

I’ve found out some more information regarding True’s The Water Hole mural that was in the former Jonas Fur Building at 1037 Broadway, from Georgia Garnsey, who is writing a book on Colorado murals with Mary Meadow. eli movie download daybreakers 2010 According to Georgia, the Jonas Fur building on Broadway went through several transformations. […]

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Victoria on December 17th, 2008

Indian Memories, sixteen murals by Allen Tupper True, one of Colorado’s most important painters, are in danger because the building in which they reside at 918 17th Street and Champa in Denver, is currently up for sale. The building itself is designated as part of a Denver Landmark historic district, but this does not protect […]

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