The American Artist
19th Century • 57m
A century after his death, George Caleb Bingham’s work was not only rediscovered, it is celebrated as a national treasure. Produced by the Emmy Award-winning documentary team at Wide Awake Films in partnership with the Friends of Arrow Rock (Bingham’s hometown in Missouri), this hour long documentary narrated by Emmy nominated actor, Keith David, and with music from Grammy award winning cellist, Yo Yo Ma, takes the viewer an hour-long journey unveiling Bingham’s life with edge-of-your-seat dramatic craftsmanship, combined with interviews from some of the top American art curators.
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