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Norris, Erlene Giffin

 Person

Erlene Norris Giffin LeZhan (1917-2018) was a local Greeley artist who was inspired by James A. Michener's novel Centennial to "make the West live again." As part of an art show at the University of Northern Colorado's James A. Michener Library to celebrate Colorado's Centennial and the nation's Bicentennial, she exhibited two oil on masonite paintings: "The Immigrants" and "The Buffalo Hunt."

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Erlene Giffin Norris Paintings

 Collection
Identifier: JM061
Abstract This collection consists of two large oil on masonite framed paintings in wood frames and two prints of the paintings.
Dates: 1975-1986

Paintings, 1975

 Series
Identifier: Series 1
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection consists of two large oil paintings on masonite in wood frames and two prints of the paintings, created by Erlene Norris Giffin LeZhan, a local artist who was inspired by James A. Michener's novel Centennial to "make the West live again." As part of an art show at the University of Northern Colorado's James A. Michener Library to celebrate Colorado's Centennial and the nation's Bicentennial, she exhibited two oil on masonite paintings:...
Dates: 1975

Prints

 Series
Identifier: Series 2
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This collection consists of two large oil paintings on masonite in wood frames and two prints of the paintings, created by Erlene Norris Giffin LeZhan, a local artist who was inspired by James A. Michener's novel Centennial to "make the West live again." As part of an art show at the University of Northern Colorado's James A. Michener Library to celebrate Colorado's Centennial and the nation's Bicentennial, she exhibited two oil on masonite paintings:...
Dates: 1975-1986