Exhibitions

The Dancer

1912
October 1-November 8: Grand Palais, Paris, France
"Salon d’Automne"
Work exhibited: Bronze Head of Marsden Hartley.

1913
January 12- February 14: Gallery 291, New York, New York
"Exhibition of Paintings by Marsden Hartley, of Berlin and New York"
Work exhibited: Bronze Head of Marsden Hartley.

1924
February 3-March 2: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
"Thirty-Third Annual Exhibition of Society of Washington Artists"
Work exhibited: Dancing Youths and a Positano lithograph.

1925
March 9-28: Anderson Galleries, New York, New York
"Alfred Stieglitz Presents Seven Americans: 159 Paintings, Photographs & Things, Recent & Never Publicly Shown, by Arthur G. Dove, Marsden Hartley, John Marin, Charles Demuth, Paul Strand, Georgia O'Keeffe, Alfred Stieglitz". Work exhibited: Mask of Marsden Hartley. Rönnebeck also wrote an essay for the exhibition catalog entitled, "Through the Eyes of a European Sculptor".

April 27-May 16: Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York
"Sculpture, Drawings and Lithographs by Arnold Rönnebeck"
First solo exhibition of approximately sixty works. Work exhibited, including, but not limited to: Sculpture: Miss Georgia O'Keeffe (bronze), Head of Marsden Hartley (bronze, 1912), Portrait of Pierre Coalfleet, London Wedding (1924 terra cotta), La ParisiennePortrait Mask of Ms. Harriett Marsland (brass), Portrait Mr. George Antheil, The Dancer (brass), The Hermaphrodite, Crucifixion (pear wood), Composition in Curves and Right Angles, Arcadia bas relief; Lithographs: Ten lithographs southern Italy; New York lithographs: Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, Boy in Canoe, Mirror Lake. Also included small figural studies, book-ends, several auto mascots and sketches.

October 5-November 8: Omaha Society of Fine Arts Gallery
"Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture"
Work exhibited, including, but not limited to:  Sculpture: Miss Georgia O'Keeffe (bronze), Head of Marsden Hartley (bronze, 1912), Portrait of Pierre Coalfleet, London Wedding (1924 terra cotta), La ParisiennePortrait Mask of Ms. Harriett Marsland (brass), Portrait Mr. George Antheil, The Dancer (brass), The Hermaphrodite, Crucifixion (pear wood), Composition in Curves and Right Angles, Arcadia bas relief; Lithographs: Ten lithographs southern Italy; New York lithographs: Wall Street, Brooklyn Bridge, Boy in Canoe, Mirror Lake. Also included small figural studies, book-ends, several auto mascots and sketches.
   
1926
April: Fine Arts Gallery, San Diego, California
"Sculpture, Drawings and Lithographs by Arnold Rönnebeck"
Work exhibited: Fourteen pieces including, but not limited to: Head of Miss Georgia O'Keeffe, Mask of Marsden Hartley, London Wedding, The Dancer, and Composition of Curves, Right Angles.

June: Los Angeles Museum, Los Angeles, California
"Sculpture, Drawings and Lithographs by Arnold Rönnebeck"
Work exhibited: Fourteen pieces including, but not limited to: Head of Miss O'Keeffe, Mask of Hartley, London Wedding, The Dancer, and Composition of Curves, Right Angles.

1928
March 6-29: Whitney Studio Club, New York, New York
"First Annual Sculpture Exhibition"
Work exhibited: Portrait of Georgia O'Keefe and Madonna and Child.

1929
February 12-September 2: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York
"The Architect and Industrial Arts Exhibition of Contemporary American Design"
Work exhibited: Sculpture, The Dancer (brass, 1921) included in Ralph T. Walker's exhibit, "Man's Study for a Country House".

May 14-June 22:. Victoria & Albert Museum, London, England
“Exhibition of Contemporary American Prints”
Work exhibited: Wall Street.

June-July: Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France
"Exposition de la Gravure Moderne Américaine"
Work exhibited: Wall Street.

DAM 1947

1930
December 4-January 3: The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
"The Second International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving"
Work exhibited: From the Tribune Tower.

1931
November 1-15 : Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York, New York
"Drawings by Sculptors Assembled by the College Art Association"
Work exhibited:  unknown.

1932
February: Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas
"Arnold Rönnebeck: Sculpture and Photographs"

1933
January 30-February 18: Weyhe Gallery, New York, New York
"Fifty Modern Prints of 1932"
Work exhibited: Chicken Pull.

Fall: Macy Galleries, New York, New York
“Exhibition of Modern Painting, Sculpture and Prints”.
Work exhibited: Grand Lake, Plains Indians, Wall Street, sculpture The Dancer.

December: Whitney Museum, New York, New York
"Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Sculpture, Watercolors and Prints"
Work exhibited: Sculpture, Waste.

1934
June 1-November 1: Chicago World's Fair, Chicago, Illinois
“A Century of Progress”
Work Exhibited: Sculpture, The Dancer.

April 2-21: American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York, New York
"Fifty Modern Prints of 1933"
Work exhibited: Red Rock Lake.

1935
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado
"Sculpture, Lithos and Drawings of Arnold Rönnebeck with Sculpture by Gladys Caldwell".

1936
July 15-August 16: International Olympic Fine Arts Exhibition, Berlin, Germany
Work exhibited: Yacht Races

September 14-19: American Artists Group, New York, New York
"First Exhibition of New Etchings, Woodcuts and Lithographs".

1937
February: Society of American Etchers at the National Arts Club, New York, New York.

November 5, 1937-January 10, 1938: Chicago Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois.
Sixth International Exhibition of Lithography and Wood Engraving”
Work exhibited: We Shall Always Love Them.

Denver Art Museum, 1947

1938
March 8-April 10: Whitney Museum of Art, New York, New York
Work exhibited: Sculpture, Homage to Maurice Ravel.

1939
1939-1940: New York World's Fair, New York, New York.
"American Art Today, 1939"
Work exhibited: Drama.

October-November: Grolier Club, New York, New York.
"American Prints at the Grolier Club"
Work exhibited: Chicken Pull.

1942
March: Whitney Museum of Art, New York, NY
“Between the Wars, Prints by American Artists 1914-1941”
Work exhibited: Chicken Pull.

June: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
“Sculpture of the Western Hemisphere”
Work exhibited: Sculpture, Homage to Maurice Ravel.

1943
January: Chappell House, Denver, Colorado
Solo Exhibition
Work exhibited: Fifteen surreal anti-war oil paintings, including, I Saw St. John in Pskov, Miracle of the Senses, Two Seas and a Moon, Pskov, Let Us Give Thanks, and Keep the Hell Out.

June: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California
Solo Exhibition
Work exhibited: Fifteen surreal anti-war oil paintings, including, I Saw St. John in Pskov, Miracle of the Senses, Two Seas and a Moon, Pskov, Let Us Give Thanks, and Keep the Hell Out.

1946
April 3-30: California Legion of Honor, San Francisco, California
"First Spring Annual Exhibition"
Work exhibited: Seagulls and the Rose.

1947
June: Chappell House, Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
One-man sculpture exhibition, work exhibited: Including, but not limited to sculptures Homage to Maurice Ravel, Portrait of my Son, Self Portrait in Monk's Costume, London Wedding, Portrait of Anne Evans, Portrait of Ananda Cooramaswamy.

1958
March 26-May 18: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
"Prints and Drawings of the Southwest".

1979
February: Palace of Culture, Warszaw, Poland
"American Prints of NYC"
Work exhibited: Thirty-five lithographs, including, but not limited to, Paramount, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, El Monte Sol, Atlantic, and Columbus Circle.

October: National Museum of Warszaw, Warszaw, Poland
"The American Landscape in the Inter-War Period"
Work exhibited: Thirty-five lithographs, including, but not limited to, Paramount, Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, El Monte Sol, Atlantic, and Columbus Circle.

DAM 1990

1988
March 2-April 28: Whitney Museum of Art, New York, New York
"Precisionist Perspectives: Prints and Drawings"
Work exhibited: Wall Street and Brooklyn Bridge.

1990
March 3-July 22: Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
“Arnold Rönnebeck: Avant Garde Spirit in the West”
Work exhibited, including, but not limited to: Six Isadora Duncan watercolors,Homage to Maurice Ravel, London Wedding, selection of drawings and lithographs of New York, Colorado, New Mexico themes.

1991
August 18-October 27: Albuquerque Museum of Art, Albuquerque, New Mexico
"Arnold Rönnebeck: A Commemorative Exhibition of his Works on Paper"
Work exhibited, including, but not limited to: View of Casa Luhan, Pueblo Girls, Eagle Dance, Taos Corn Dance, Plains Indians, Polo Players, selection of drawings and lithographs of New York, Colorado, New Mexico themes.

1992
September 27-November 15: Arizona State University Art Museum Nelson Fine Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona
“A Journey West: The Graphic Art of Arnold Rönnebeck"
Work exhibited: Selection of New York, Colorado and New Mexico drawings, watercolors and lithographs.

1994
October 4-December 11: The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
"Robert Laurent and American Figurative Sculpture 1910-1960", Selections from the John N. Stern Collection and the David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art"
Work exhibited: Sculpture, London Wedding.

1994-1995
November 24, 1994-January 22, 1995: Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey
"Precisionism in America 1915-1941: Reordering Reality"
Work exhibited: Wall Street
Exhibition traveled to Norton Gallery of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio; and Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, Lincoln, Nebraska.

1996
March 30-September 15: Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado
"The Real West"
Work exhibited: Drama and Rain in the Rockies.

April 6-May 11: Owings-Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico
"Works from the Estate of Arnold Rönnebeck 1885-1947"
Work exhibited, including but not limited to: Polo Players, Steeplechase, a selection of Southwestern and New York prints and drawings.

1997-2000
June 4-August 31, 1997: Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota
"Marsden Hartley: American Modern"
Work exhibited: Head of Hartley (1923, terra cotta).

September 1997-September 2000: Exhibition traveled to: Palmer Museum of Art, Penn State, University Park, Pennsylvania; Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Malibu, California, Newcomb Art Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana; Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, Norman Oklahoma; Parrish Art Museum, Southhampton, New York; Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, Memphis, Tennessee; Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida; Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum, San Antonio Texas; and Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha Nebraska.

1999
March 18-April 22: Mishkin Gallery at Baruch College, New York, New York
"Icons of Industrial Expansion: American Precisionist Prints, 1925-1941"
Work Exhibited: Brooklyn Bridge.

2000
May 9-July 9: Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois.
"Figures and Forms: Selections from the Terra Foundation for the Arts"
Work Exhibited: Brooklyn Bridge.

2001
January 13-March 2: Terra Museum of American Art, Chicago, Illinois.
"On Process: The American Print, Technique Examined"
Work Exhibited: Brooklyn Bridge.

2002-2003
Feb 28–Sept 2: Hirschorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC.
"Metropolis in the Machine Age"
Work exhibited: Wall Street.

September 15-November 30: Musée d’Art Américain, Giverny, France
“Paris to New York Round Trip: Works from the Terra Foundation for the Arts and the Huntington Library”
Work exhibited: Brooklyn Bridge.

November 9, 2002-January 12, 2003: Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona
"The History of Printmaking: Selections from the Permanent Collection"
Work exhibited: Rio Grande Canyon, New Mexico.

2005-2008
January 15, 2005-May 31, 2008: Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis, Minnesota
"Marsden Hartley: American Modern"
Work exhibited: Head of Hartley (1923, terra cotta).

Exhibition traveled to: Tacoma Art Museum, Tacoma, Washington; Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, California; Museum of Fine Arts Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe, New Mexico; Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, Gainesville, Florida; Wichita Art Museum, Wichita, Kansas; El Paso Museum of Art, El Paso, Texas; and Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho.

2007-2008
April 5-May 6, 2007: Victoria Myhren Gallery, University of Denver, Colorado
"8 Painters and Sculptors at the University of Denver 1930-1965"
Work exhibited: Bronze posthumous cast sculpture Trio and Tone Shapes.

October 6, 2007-January 7, 2008: Huntington Library, Art Collection and Gardens, San Marino, California
"Pressed in Time. American Prints, 1905-1950"
Work exhibited: Wall Street.

2009
May 9-August 29: Denver Public Library
"Denver Artist Guild Founders - 52 Originals"
Work exhibited: Columbus Circle, Manhattan, Rain over Desert Mesas, City Club of Denver Award to John E. Thompson.

2011
February 4-April 2: William R. Talbot Fine Art, Antique Maps & Prints
Work exhibited: Rain in the Jemez Mountains.