Works of art located on the second floor of the Oklahoma State Capitol are listed below alphabetically by title.
A Storm Passing Northwest of Anadarko by Wilson HurleyA Storm Passing Northwest of Anadarko is one of four paintings in Wilson Hurley's Visions of the Land: The Centennial Suite that represents the four quadrants of Oklahoma's diverse landscape.
Autumn Woods North of Tahlequah by Wilson HurleyAutumn Woods North of Tahlequah is one of four paintings in Wilson Hurley's Visions of the Land: The Centennial Suite that represents the four quadrants of Oklahoma's diverse landscape.
Beyond the Centennial by Carlos TelloAn extraordinary future," artist Carlos Tello has rendered an insightful, yet dynamic mural that reflects upon our distinct history, contemporary culture, and limitless future.
Dr. John Hope Franklin by Everett Raymond KinstlerFranklin's prolific writing might only be outdone by his dedication to civil rights. His work From Slavery to Freedom was first published in 1947 and has sold more than three million copies worldwide.
Governor Brad Henry by Paul MooreBrad Henry was officially sworn in as Oklahoma's 26th governor on January 13, 2003. Governor Henry was re-elected in 2006 by one of the largest margins in state history.
Governor Charles Nathaniel Haskell, 1907-1911 by Leonard D. McMurryCharles Nathaniel Haskell was Oklahoma's first Governor.
Governor David Hall, 1971-1975 by Leonard D. McMurryDavid Hall was inaugurated January 11, 1971, following the closest gubernatorial election in the state's history.
Governor David Lee Walters, 1991-1995 by Harold T. HoldenOn November 6, 1990, David Lee Walters was elected to serve as the 24th governor of Oklahoma and served until 1994.
Governor David Lyle Boren, 1975-1979 by Leonard D. McMurryDavid Lyle Boren was elected to the House of Representatives in 1967 and served until his election as Governor in November, 1974.
Governor Dewey Follett Bartlett, 1967-1971 by Leonard D. McMurryDewey Follett Bartlett was first elected to the State Senate in 1962 and was reelected in 1964. He served as Governor from January 9, 1967, to January 11, 1971, and was elected to the U.S. Senate November 7, 1972.
Governor Ernest Whitworth-Marland, 1935-1939 by Leonard D. McMurryErnest Whitworth Marland was Governor of Oklahoma from January 15, 1935 to January 9, 1939.
Governor Frank Keating, 1995-2003 by Jo SaylorsFrancis Anthony Keating is the second Governor in Oklahoma history to hold two consecutive terms and the only Republican to accomplish that feat.
Governor George Patterson Nigh, January 6, 1963 - January 14, 1963, January 3, 1979 - January 8, 1979 January 8, 1979 - January 15, 1982 January 15, 1982 - January 13, 1986 by Leonard D. McMurryTaking office at age 31, George Patterson Nigh became the youngest state Lieutenant Governor in the United States. In 1963, Nigh became the 17th Governor in Oklahoma, filling an unexpired 9-day term following the resignation for Gov. J. Howard Edmondson.
Governor Henry Lewis Bellmon, 1963-1967; 1986-1990 by Leonard D. McMurryHenry Louis Bellmon was the first Republican Governor of the State of Oklahoma. He served as Governor from 1963 to 1967, and from 1986 to 1990.
Governor Henry Simpson Johnston, 1927-1929 by Leonard D. McMurryHenry Simpson Johnston was a member and temporary presiding officer of the Constitutional Convention in 1906. He was elected Governor in 1926 and took office January 10, 1927.
Governor Jack Callaway Walton, Jan. 8 - Nov. 19, 1923 by Leonard D. McMurryJack Callaway Walton was elected Governor in 1922 and was impeached within the year, serving from January 8, to November 19, 1923.
Governor James Brooks Ayers Robertson, 1919-1923 by Leonard D. McMurryJames Brooks Ayers Robertson was Governor of Oklahoma, January 13, 1919 to January 8, 1923.
Governor James Howard Edmondson, 1959-1963 by Leonard D. McMurryJames Howard Edmondson was the youngest governor in the history of the state. He served as Governor from 1959 to 1963.
Governor Johnston Murray, 1951-1955 by Leonard D. McMurryJohnston Murray served as Governor from January 8, 1951, to January 1955.
Governor Lee Cruce, 1911-1915 by Leonard D. McMurryLee Cruce served as Oklahoma's second Governor from January 9, 1911, to January 11, 1915.
Governor Leon Chase Phillips, 1939-1943 by Leonard D. McMurryLeon Chase Phillips was a member of the State Legislature from 1933 to 1938; Speaker of the House in 1935; and Governor from January 9, 1939, to January 11, 1943.
Governor Martin Edwin Trapp, Nov. 19, 1923 - Jan. 10, 1927 by Leonard D. McMurryAfter the impeachment of Gov. Walton, Martin Edwin Trapp served as Governor of the State from November 19, 1923, until January 10, 1927.
Governor Raymond Dancel Gary, 1955-1959 by Leonard D. McMurryRaymond Dancel Gary was the first Governor to be born in Oklahoma after statehood. He served as Governor from from 1955 to 1959.
Governor Robert Lee Williams, 1915-1919 by Leonard D. McMurryRobert Lee Williams was Oklahoma's third Governor.
Governor Robert Samuel Kerr, 1943-1947 by Leonard D. McMurryRobert Samuel Kerr was Oklahoma's first native-born governor. He served as Governor of Oklahoma from January 13, 1943, to January 13, 1947.
Governor Roy Joseph Turner, 1947-1951 by Leonard D. McMurryRoy Joseph Turner served as Governor of Oklahoma from January 13, 1947, to January 8, 1951.
Governor William Henry Murray, 1931-1935 by Leonard D. McMurryWilliam Henry "Alfalfa Bill" Murray was probably Oklahoma's most colorful political figure. Murray was a member of the 63rd and 64th United States Congresses and Governor of Oklahoma from January 12, 1931, to January 15, 1935.
Governor William Judson Holloway, 1929-1931 by Leonard D. McMurryWilliam Judson Holloway was elected Lieutenant Governor in 1926 and advanced to the Governor's office upon the impeachment of Gov. Johnston and completed the term.
Spring Morning Along the Muddy Boggy by Wilson HurleySpring Morning Along the Muddy Boggy is one of four paintings in Wilson Hurley's Visions of the Land: The Centennial Suite that represents the four quadrants of Oklahoma's diverse landscape.
Sunset at Roman Nose State Park by Wilson HurleySunset at Roman Nose State Park is one of four paintings in Wilson Hurley's Visions of the Land: The Centennial Suite that represents the four quadrants of Oklahoma's diverse landscape.
T. Boone Pickens by Mike WimmerBorn in Holdenville, Oklahoma, T. Boone Pickens is one of the nation's most successful and influential businessmen. He is also well-known as a generous philanthropist.
Te Ata by Nellie Ellen ShepherdTe Ata (1895-1995) was a traditional Native American storyteller.
The California Road by Wayne Cooper"The California Road" was an overland trail route the crossed through Indian Territory. Ruts from the trail remain and can be seen in Red Rock Canyon State Park.
The Magic of Petroleum by Wayne CooperBefore the drilling and production of oil for consumer use, Native Americans used petroleum found in Oklahoma for medicinal purposes. Petroleum was evident on the outcroppings of many water springs and streams.