Chas. T. Bowling


     Bowling began his art career at the age of 35 studying under Olin Herman Travis at the Dallas Art Institute and private studies with Frank Klepper and Alexandre Hogue. Bowling was an original member of the Dallas 9. 

     Bowling was successful from the beginning winning numerous awards and honorable mentions in the early 30's and continued to exhibit successfully through the mid 40's including exhibits at the Texas Centennial Exposition (1936), the New York World's Fair (1939), and the Golden Gate Exposition (1939) and was honored with solo exhibitions at the Hockaday Junior College (1939) and the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (1941).

     Bowling was a charter member and president of the Lone Star Printmakers, a print circuit operated from 1938 to 1942 by a number of Dallas Regionalist artists.


Painted in the early 30's of the
Record Crossing Pump Station
Dallas, Texas


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