Larger-than-life phenomena that could be sighted in Texas might include “ten-gallon” hats, brilliant sunsets in a big unbroken sky, and, occasionally notable squalls. For painter and printmaker Charles T. Bowling (1891-1985), climate conditions could serve as subjects for his rural-themed works along with the more typical rolling hills and rustic windmills. His portfolio of Texas Americana provides a bit of the zesty flavor of the state with its colorful, dynamic history and culture.
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