Gustavo Acosta (1958- ) is a Cuban American painter in Miami, Florida.
The Betty Cuningham Gallery (est. 2004) is a gallery in New York City that began as Cuningham Ward in 1972, and in 1978 became Betty Cuningham Gallery, which ran through 1982.
Eugene Carroll (1931-2016) was an art history professor at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York from 1965-1999.
Riva Castleman (1930-2014) was the Director of Prints and Illustrated Books from 1976-1995 at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
James Daugherty (1889-1974) was a painter, muralist, children's book author and illustrator in Weston, Connecticut.
Robert Dell (born 1950) is a sculptor and engineer living in New York City.
Kazanjian is a writer and art critic in New York City.
Enid Klass (1931- ) is an art consultant in New York, N.Y. George Perutz (1925-2016) was an art collector in Dallas, Texas.
Howard Mehring (1931-1978) was a painter in Washington, D.C., considered one of the six core members of the Washington Color School.
Charles Ramsburg (1942- ) is an artist in New York City who creates sculptures and drawings related to the minutiae of nature.
Edna Reindel (1894-1990) was a painter, illustrator, and sculptor active from the 1920s to the 1960s.
David S. Rubin (1949- ) is a curator and art critic in Los Angeles, California.
Elaine Sturtevant (1924-2004) was a multi-media artist in New York and Paris known for her carefully inexact repetitions of others artists' works.
Jan Wurm (1951-) is a painter, educator, and curator based in Berkeley, California.
Nina Yankowitz (1946- ) is a feminist and new media artist in New York, New York.
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