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Doel Reed (1894-1985) was a highly successful twentieth-century American printmaker and painter, who was an art professor at Oklahoma State University. He is best known today as a Southwestern artist and "master of the aquatint." His conservative yet modernist approach to the New Mexican landscape found a ready audience among curators and collectors during his lifetime. In 2021, the OSU Museum of Art was home to the exhibition Sun Patterns, Dark Canyon:  The Paintings and Aquatints of Doel Reed. The exhibition then went on tour to Wichita, Kansas and Taos, New Mexico. 

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