William Baziotes (1912-1963) was an abstract expressionist painter in New York City.
George Biddle (1885-1973) was a painter and muralists in New York who proposed to President Franklin Roosevelt the establishment of a federal relief program for artists during the Depression, and subsequently painted a number of government murals under the auspices of the Federal Art Project, including murals for the Department of Justice in 1935.
Dwight Blaney (1865-1944) was a painter in Boston and Ironbound Island, Maine. Over time, his family acquired the entire island where John Singer Sargent and other painters came to visit and paint in the summer months.
Kansas-born architect and designer Lilian Bridgman (1866-1948), designed houses in Berkeley, California, during the Arts and Crafts movement and contributed significantly to the area's architectural heritage.
Jaime Davidovich (1936- 2016) was a conceptual and performance artist in New York, N.Y.
iliana emilia garcia (1970- ) is a multimedia artist and designer in Brooklyn, New York. garcia is sister to artist Scherezade Garcia.
Lovejoy was a dentist and painter, Portland, Maine. Did extensive research on painter, Walter Griffin. Griffin, born in Portland, Maine, worked in the style of American Impressionism.
Emanuel Martinez (1947- ) is a painter, muralist and educator in Denver, Colorado.
Octavio Medellin (1907-1999) was a painter, sculptor, and educator in Dallas, Texas.
Tony Ortega (1958-) is a muralist, illustrator, and Chicano activist in Denver, Colorado.
María Luisa Pacheco (1918-1982) was a painter in New York, N.Y.
Eve Peri (1897-1966) was a collagist, embroiderer, and painter active in New York City, New York.
William Preston Phelps (1848-1923) was a painter in Chesham, N.H. His daughter, Ina Phelps Hayward (1871-1944) was an artist.
Mel Ramos (1935-2018), born Melvin John Ramos, was a painter, pop artist, and teacher in California.
Author, art critic, and teacher, Harold Rosenberg (1906-1978), was one of the leading New York art intellectuals, and one of the most influential art critics of his generation. Author May Tabak Rosenberg (1910-1993) wrote books, articles, and short stories about artists, writers, and musicians.
Amory C. Simons was an animal and equestrian sculptor active in Paris and California.
Masami Teraoka (1936- ) is a Japanese-born, Hawaii-based painter known for his paintings created in the style of traditional Japanese Ukiyo-e prints.
Massachusetts and New Hampshire painter and printmaker Charles Henry Turner (1848-1908) was known for his landscapes, portraits, illustrations, and genre scenes.
Claire Zeisler (1903-1991) was a fiber artist and art collector active in Chicago, Illinois.
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