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Prinzregentenstrasse and the Haus der Kunst, 1955-5

Pen and ink wash on paper, 22" x 30", collection of T. LaNoue

Richard Wengenroth, artist, teacher and adventurer, created art for over 70 years. 

A native of Brooklyn, he hitchhiked the United States from coast-to-coast and traveled to Japan, Mexico, France, Italy, Germany, England, and the Benelux countries in his late teens and early twenties. 

Wengenroth received his degree from Wittenberg University and his MFA from Ohio Wesleyan. He became a widely exhibited artist and professor at Ohio Wesleyan University and Baruch College, and founded the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) Arts Program in New York City for students across disciplines from 12 midwestern colleges. 

His work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions in the United States, France and Germany, and is represented in over 100 public and private collections.

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