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Charles Ephraim Burchfield

President Lyndon B. Johnson once proclaimed Charles Ephraim Burchfield as an “artist to America.” The watercolorist’s landscapes were a love letter to nature and the world he grew up in…

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George Elmer Browne

George Elmer Browne was born in Gloucester, Massachusetts, on May 6th, 1871. He studied art in Boston at the Boston Art Museum and Cowles Art School and was trained by…

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Michael P. Smith

During his nearly forty-year career, photographer Michael P. Smith (1937-2008) immersed himself in the larger world of New Orleans’ musical culture. At public events, from music festivals and concerts to…

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Russell Lee

Russell Lee was an American photographer best known for his depression-era work done for the Farm Security Administration (FSA). A bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering led to a job as…

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Donna Morin

Donna Morin

Donna Morin was born in Michigan and currently resides in Southern California. She is a painter, printmaker, and collage artist inspired by water, light, and air, which to her, represent…

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Fred Nakayoma Kabotie

Fred Kabotie was a Native American artist who worked in painting, silversmithing, and pottery. He also was an educator, a writer and a curator. Born into the tight-knit Hopi community…

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Theodore Wores

Theodore Wores is known for his paintings of Hawai’i and Japan, places that he visited when few Americans had traveled there. ‘The Lei Maker,’ in the permanent collection of the…

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Max Weber

Weber was a Jewish-American painter. One of the first American Cubists, later life he turned to Jewish themes in his art.

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Oscar Edward Berninghaus

Oscar Edward Berninghaus was one of the founders of the Taos Society of Artists. Born in Saint Louis, he sketched constantly as a child, his father’s lithography business had spawned…

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Milton Avery

Milton Avery is known for the large simplified forms in beautiful colors that described a scene— landscape, portrait, or still life—without focusing on the details. He and his wife, artist…

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Arthur Drooker

Arthur Drooker is a historian with a camera. He has written and directed Emmy Award–winning television documentaries about some of the unique historical sites in the western hemisphere. To capture…

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Richard Ehrlich

Photography has been an abiding passion for Ehrlich since childhood. After many years of taking intra-operative surgical photographs, he began focusing on landscape photography. He has had a life-long infatuation…

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Harry Chandler

Harry grew up and lives in Los Angeles. He is a 5th generation Angelino. His ancestors arrived in the 1880’s and helped grow L.A. into a great city. He is…

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David Samuel Robbins

David Samuel Robbins is a Seattle based photojournalist, writer, publisher, workshop instructor and expedition leader. He specializes in projects concerning traditional cultures, documentary / street photography and adventure travel. David…

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Doris Lee

Doris Emrick Lee was an American painter, muralist and illustrator who was highly successful during the Depression era. Often associated with the American Regionalist movement and the Woodstock Art Colony,…

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David Driskell

David Driskell (1931-2020) was one of the most influential American artists of the 20th and 21st century, known for his powerful portrayals of African American people and the impact they…

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Gerald Williams

Gerald Williams was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1941. Earning his Masters of Fine Arts degree from Howard in 1976, he became a founding member of AfriCOBRA. His work as…

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Charles Alston

Charles Alston (1907-1977) was born in Charlotte, North Carolina and was an African American painter, muralist, sculptor, teacher, and illustrator, who lived and worked in Harlem. After graduating high school…

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Bill Hutson

Without any formal training, Bill Hutson began creating abstract paintings in the early 1960s while he was an assistant to Frank N. Ashley. This apprenticeship was Hutson’s introduction to fine…

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Jack Whitten

Abstract painter and sculptor Jack Whitten was born in Alabama in 1939. After enrolling as a pre med student, he realized that he could not stay in the south due…

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Al Loving

Al Loving was born in Detroit in 1935 and went on to study painting at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. In 1969, Loving was the first African American to…

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Nanette Carter

Nanette Carter was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1954. After moving to New Jersey, she began to take art classes at the age of six. She attended Oberlin College and…

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Lamerol A. Gatewood

Now based in Brooklyn, Lamerol A. Gatewood was born in Saint Louis, Missouri in 1954. He developed an interest in art while in high school. He attended Lindenwood University in…

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Robert Morris

Robert Morris (born February 9, 1931, Kansas City, Missouri) is an American sculptor, conceptual artist and writer. He is regarded as one of the most prominent theorists of Minimalism along…

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Richard Serra

Richard Serra (born November 2, 1939) is an American minimalist sculptor and video artist known for working with large-scale assemblies of sheet metal. Serra was involved in the Process Art…

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Sam Gilliam

Sam Gilliam was an African American color field painter and lyrical abstractionist artist. In the 1950s and 1960s, Gilliam was involved with the Washington Color School, a group of Washington,…

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Minor White

Born around the turn of the century in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Minor White was a prominent figure in mid-century American photography as a photographer, poet, critic, and educator. White’s early childhood…

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Edmonia Lewis

Mary Edmonia Lewis was the first female sculptor of African American and Native American heritage to gain professional and global recognition. Born to a freed Afro-Haitian father and a Chippewa…

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