Clifton resident receives award for three-volume work on Texas art

  • Local resident Vic Roper’s 1,200 page, three-volume work on early Texas art and artists was recognized by CASETA earlier this year for its contributions to Texas art and art history. Courtesy Image
    Local resident Vic Roper’s 1,200 page, three-volume work on early Texas art and artists was recognized by CASETA earlier this year for its contributions to Texas art and art history. Courtesy Image
Clifton author, lecturer, and Texas art collector Vic Roper received an award of excellence from the Center for the Advancement and Study of Early Texas Art (CASETA) for 2020 for his three-volume work, “Texas Artists and Artisans 1718-1859: A Compilation of Artists, Sculptors, and Artisans,” for its contributions to the advancement and study of early Texas art. Research for Roper’s work took…

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