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Painting the shapes he loved best, sharing with others the profound beauty that he saw in nature, Francis Lee Jaques (1887-1969) rose to the top ranks of American wildlife painters. No one before or after him has painted just like Jaques. Largely self-taught, he developed a lyrical, fluid style, though rooted in impressionism, that was distinctly his own.
Patricia Condon Johnston specializes in American art and Minnesota history subjects. She is the founding director of Afton Historical Society Press.