Well, not on line, exactly. We "spoke" in
1999 about Dingledine's and Bloomenshine's.
I mentioned these names to a lady I work with
in Indianapolis and subsequently she had
occasion to visit the Eiteljorg Museum in
downtown Indianapolis. She called me that
evening to say she'd discovered paintings
by a someone named Bloomenshine. I called
the museum (317 636 9378) and ultimately
visited them. I bought a print of a painting
done in 1921 by Ernest Blumenschein (b1874-d1960) and also a book called "The Old Masters of Taos". While I cannot imagine that you don't already know about this
gentleman, I would rather tell you something
you already know about than to decline telling you when you don't know. The name of the print I bought is The Plasterer. He also did one called The Penitentes. So, I figure you already know about this or there
is no connection.
(By the way, they told me at the Eiteljorg that their curator is interested in geneology.
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