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Charles Willson Peale

  1. Charles Willson Peale is one of tghe best known early American artists, regarded as the "artist of the American Revolution".
  2. Charles Willson Peale is one of the best known early American artists.
  3. Charles Willson Peale was a pioneer in creating Philadelphia's art circle, establishing the first art gallery in 1782 and the first American museum in 1786. (Web site)
  4. Charles Willson Peale was the father of 17 children, many either artists or naturalists. (Web site)

Augustus Dunbier

  1. Augustus Dunbier was the first Nebraska-born painter to earn his living solely from his art.
  2. One can still see the influences of Augustus Dunbier in the work of many Nebraska painters today. (Web site)

Edward Hopper

  1. Edward Hopper is one artist who paints lonely urban scenes.

Frank Stella

  1. Frank Stella is a painter and sculptor whose work is represented in major museums the world over. (Web site)
  2. Frank Stella is an American painter who remains poplar after almost four decades of work. (Web site)
  3. Frank Stella was born in 1936 in Malden, Massachusetts, and was educated at Andover and Princeton.
  4. Frank Stella was born in a small suburb of Boston, Massachusetts in 1936.

George Inness

  1. George Inness was an American landscape painter.
  2. George Inness was a Swedenborgian, an adherent of the religious movement founded by Emanuel Swedenborg. (Web site)
  3. George Inness was an American landscape painter who learned his trade from experimentation and travel to Europe. (Web site)
  4. George Inness was born to a large family in Newburgh, New York, the son of a grocer.

Gilbert Stuart

  1. Gilbert Stuart was the most famous portraitist of the early period of American history. (Web site)
  2. Gilbert Stuart was one of 18 th century America's master portrait artists.
  3. Gilbert Stuart is a fine biography and study of the most famous portraitist in American history. (Web site)

Grant Wood

  1. Grant Wood is an important American artist.

Jacob Lawrence

  1. Jacob Lawrence was able to take complex issues and subjects and transpose these into expressive moods with bold, bright color scenes.
  2. Jacob Lawrence - One of the largest race riots occurred in East St. Louis.
  3. Jacob Lawrence - The migrants arrived in great numbers.
  4. Jacob Lawrence - The trains were packed continually with migrants. (Web site)
  5. Jacob Lawrence was America's most honored black painter. (Web site)

American Painters

  1. American painters from each region showed variations in their works.
  2. Moreover, there were differences in the works of American painters living in the cities and those of American painters living in rural areas.
  3. These American painters left the National Academy of Design and formed their own association because the first failed to meet their needs as artists.

Aaron Douglas

  1. This was during the "Harlem Renaissance" or New Negro Movement, and Aaron Douglas became a leading visual artist during this time.
  2. Aaron Douglas' style, flat with hard edges and repetitive designs, was heavily influenced by African sculptures, jazz music, dance and geometric forms.
  3. Reiss encouraged Aaron Douglas to bring cultural identity to the forefront of his art.

Adolph Gottlieb

  1. Adolph Gottlieb was an American-born sculptor and painter born in New York.


  1. Albers was a mature and accomplished artist when he arrived in America, and soon after he began an active lecture and seminar tour.
  2. Albers was absent from Black Mountain during most of the time Noland attended.

Albert Bierstadt

  1. Albert Bierstadt was a German-American painter best known for his large, detailed landscapes of the American West.
  2. Albert Bierstadt was a great American painter who received substantial critical acclaim when he was a young man in his thirties.
  3. Albert Bierstadt was an American artist best known for huge paintings of the American West. (Web site)
  4. Albert Bierstadt was born in Germany in 1830. (Web site)
  5. Albert Bierstadt was born in Solingen, Germany and brought to New Bedford, Massachusetts when he was two years old.

Alice Baber

  1. ALICE BABER: The art scene is not as strong as it ought to be, and I tried to start one when I was there. (Web site)
  2. ALICE BABER: Probably a little of both. (Web site)
  3. ALICE BABER: The exceptions were the English department, the art department, and the anthropology department. (Web site)
  4. ALICE BABER: The only place that I had any trouble painting at all was in Minnesota. (Web site)
  5. ALICE BABER: The way you look at it, it does sound active. (Web site)

Andrew Wyeth

  1. Andrew Wyeth, the youngest son of N.C., has become one of the most influential and well-known painters in the history of American art. (Web site)
  2. Andrew Wyeth's images in egg tempera and watercolor are often thought to be exact representations of scenes or people. (Web site)
  3. Andrew Wyeth, born in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, is the son of the talented illustrator N. C. Wyeth. (Web site)

Andy Warhol

  1. Andy Warhol was a very popular commercial illustrator. (Web site)
  2. Andy Warhol was an avid fan and collector, offering cash rewards for any Johnson letters he was able to obtain.
  3. Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and moved to New York City in the 1950s. (Web site)

Anthony Ausgang

  1. Anthony Ausgang is a contemporary lowbrow painter.
  2. Anthony Ausgang is a master recycler.
  3. Anthony Ausgang was born in Trinidad and Tobago in 1959 to a Dutch mother and Welsh father.

Arshile Gorky

  1. Arshile Gorky was one of the great painters of the 20 th century.
  2. Arshile Gorky was born Vosdanik Manook Adoian in Khorkom Vari Haiyotz Dzor, a village in the province of Van, a center of ancient Armenian culture. (Web site)
  3. Arshile Gorky was the name the aspiring artist assumed after coming to the U.S. in 1920.

Arthur Dove

  1. Arthur Dove was arguably the first American modernist to embrace abstraction in 1910, the year his work was first exhibited at 291.
  2. Arthur Dove was the first American artist to employ abstraction in his paintings.
  3. Arthur Dove: The Watercolors illuminates and elaborates upon his singular achievement.

Beauford Delaney

  1. Beauford Delaney was one of those artists relegated to the halls of obscurity. (Web site)
  2. Beauford Delaney was the featured artist in this year's show. (Web site)

Benjamin West

  1. Benjamin West was the first American painter to rise to international prominence.


  1. Brom is a wonderful artist.
  2. Brom: The biggest hurdle was trying to convince marketing folks that illustrated books are not just for children.
  3. Brom: The creatures are based on childhood recollections.
  4. Brom: The two worked together most of the time.

Cecilia Beaux

  1. Cecilia Beaux was awarded high honors in the important exhibitions of her time, both in the U.S. and abroad. (Web site)

Charles Peale Polk

  1. In fact, it is possible that Charles Peale Polk taught Johnson.
  2. Charles Peale Polk, ( March 17, 1767 --- May 6, 1822), was a renowned American portrait painter and the nephew of artist Charles Willson Peale.

Charles Sprague Pearce

  1. Charles Sprague Pearce was born on October 13, 1851 to a wealthy Bostonian family. (Web site)

Charles Alston

  1. Charles Alston was one of the first to recognize the budding painter's abilities. (Web site)

Charles Demuth

  1. Charles Demuth was one of the most stylistically innovative watercolor artists of the 20th century.

Chester Harding

  1. While there, he posed for this portrait by the Massachusetts painter Chester Harding. (Web site)
  2. He studied with Chester Harding of Boston and worked as a portraitist in Quebec, New York, and Baltimore before embarking on a study tour of Europe in 1858.

Childe Hassam

  1. Childe Hassam is an American painter and printmaker, one of the foremost American exponents of Impressionism.

Chuck Close

  1. I didn't finish the Harold Rosenberg portrait, nor did I finish the Edwin Albee portrait, but people like Chuck Close. (Web site)
  2. Chuck Close: Well, alot of it was generated by Ray. (Web site)
  3. The leading members of the Photorealist movement are Richard Estes and Chuck Close.

Clyfford Still

  1. Clyfford Still is a giant of 20th century American art.


  1. Cox was a Boston painter noted for his portraits of notable personalities: Eugene O'Neill, Robert Frost, Dylan Thomas and others.
  2. Chase showed an early interest in art, and studied under local, self-taught artists Barton S. Hays and Jacob Cox.
  3. We talk with Alex Cox, co-owner of Rocketship - Brooklyn's super-cool new indie comics store about the genesis of comicdom's new Valhalla.

Dan Piraro

  1. Dan Piraro is a surrealist painter, illustrator, and cartoonist best-known for his award-winning syndicated panel cartoon Bizarro. (Web site)
  2. Dan Piraro is the creator of the syndicated cartoon feature Bizarro, which appears daily in over 200 newspapers worldwide.

David Mann

  1. David Mann ( September 10, 1940 --- September 11, 2004) was an American artist famous for his paintings of motorcycles and biker culture.
  2. Most guys say it reminds them of a bike David Mann would have painted for Easyriders Magazine. (Web site)

Donald Judd

  1. Donald Judd was born in 1928. (Web site)
  2. Donald Judd was born in Missouri in 1928, and grew up mainly in the Midwest. (Web site)

Eastman Johnson

  1. Eastman Johnson was a leading painter of genre subjects and portraits during the second half of the nineteenth century.

Edward Steichen

  1. Edward Steichen is a 30-minute video from teh masters of Photography series.
  2. Edward Steichen is an immortal among photographers and was one of the most prominent and influential figures of 20th-century photography.
  3. Edward Steichen is an immortal among photographers.
  4. Edward Steichen was known as 'the master of lighting'. (Web site)

Ellsworth Kelly

  1. Ellsworth Kelly is a good example of this style. (Web site)

Frank Duveneck

  1. Frank Duveneck was born in Covington, and the city has a museum devoted to his paintings.
  2. Frank Duveneck was undoubtedly the most important native artist in the history of northern Kentucky and greater Cincinnati.

Franz Kline

  1. Franz Kline is a consistent strong Abstract Expressionist and "Merce C," is a fine example. (Web site)
  2. Franz Kline is a great artist. (Web site)
  3. Franz Kline is a painting master and this book is a definitive and complete representation.
  4. Franz Kline was born in the dark hills of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, where he grew up marked by the region's black coal mines and railroads.
  5. Franz Kline was born to an immigrant family living in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

Frederic Edwin Church

  1. Home, landscape garden, and archives of 19th-century Hudson River School artist Frederic Edwin Church.
  2. In the winter of 1850, McEntee went to New York City and studied with celebrated artist Frederic Edwin Church.

Frederic Remington

  1. These are only some of the diverse talents revealed in an illustration collection that also includes Reginald Marsh, George Bellows and Frederic Remington. (Web site)
  2. Frederic Remington (1861-1909) romanticized the American cowboy even as he recorded the end of the Old West in paintings and magazine illustrations. (Web site)

Gari Melchers

  1. Gari Melchers was one of the most decorated artists of his day.

Gary Burghoff

  1. Gary Burghoff is a star of many art forms who has expanded his multi-faceted career to include that of wildlife artist.
  2. Gary Burghoff is an actor.

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