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Julius Holm : “Tornado over St. Paul” (1893)

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Though not the most devastating tornado to hit the Twin Cities area — six dead, eleven injured — the Lake Gervais twister of July 13, 1890, became one of the most famous. When it struck, a photographer happened to have his camera set up on a bluff overlooking St. Paul. He captured dramatic images that were published as souvenir cards, which the Norwegian-born Minneapolis house painter Julius Holm used as the basis for this painting, created three years later.

Credit Line: Text courtesy of the Minneapolis Institute of Art (CC BY 3.0).

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