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Dynamic Chiropractic – June 5, 1995, Vol. 13, Issue 12

The Art of Chiropractic

Original Historical Paintings to Auction at Centennial Celebrations

By Editorial Staff

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"The Spears Hospital," a 16" x 10" painting rendered by artist Robert Lawson of Kalamazoo,
Michigan, is one of six commemorative artworks up for auction at the Washington, D.C.,
centennial celebration. Six more paintings will be auctioned at the Davenport, Iowa celebration.
 

To commemorate the chiropractic profession's rich and colorful heritage, the Chiropractic Centennial Foundation (CCF) has commissioned 12 original oil or acrylic paintings depicting great moments in the story of chiropractic.

These historic artworks will enrich the visual quality of chiropractic publications for years to come. Additionally, 12 individuals or institutions will have the opportunity to own the originals.

Six of the original art works will be sold by silent auction at the Washington D.C., centennial celebration. The second six will be auctioned at the Davenport centennial celebration. If you would like to make a bid by silent auction and are not able to attend either celebration venue, you may mail or fax your offer to:

Chiropractic Centennial Foundation
Commemorative Art Auction
P.O. Box 4522
Davenport, IA 52808-4522
Fax (3l9) 326-8409

The five other original paintings for the silent auction at the Washington, D.C., celebration:

"The First Full-Spine X-Ray" by Robert Lawson, Kalamazoo, Michigan (12" x 15")

"Chiropractic around the World" by Jack Smith, Cape Coral, Florida (28" x 22")

"Joseph Janse and Educational Reform" by Robert Lawson, Kalamazoo, Michigan

"Educational Accreditation" by Jack Smith, Cape Coral, Florida (28" x 22")

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"Court Victories" Artist's sketch of the Wilk et. al., trial.
The painting will be done.
By Kirk Miller, Orange, California (24" x 24")
 

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