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Berenice Abbott

Berenice Abbott was an American photographer best known for her portraits of 20th century New York City cultural figures, architecture and urban design, in particular through the WPA Federal Art Project. Early on in her career, she also worked in Paris, assisting in the studio of Man Ray. The Museum…

Johann Ludwig Aberli

Luigi Acquarone

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Patrick William Adam

Patrick William Adam was a Scottish painter, best known for his genre and interior paintings. He was born in Edinburgh to a well-known lawyer on October 12, 1854, and would study art from a young age. He attended the Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) and worked under artists such as William…

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Ansel Adams

Ansel Adams is perhaps America’s best-known photographer and environmentalist. His black & white images are seared into our minds, but his photos were a powerful force in his advocacy. Whether demanding protection for our national parks and monuments, or his outrage at the injustice of the Japanese American internment camps…

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John Ottis Adams

John Ottis Adams was born on July 8, 1851, in Johnson County, Indiana. His visit to the 1869 Indiana State Fair in Indianapolis inspired him to become an artist. In the same year, he enrolled at Wabash College in Crawfordsville for an art degree. Then in 1872, John Ottis Adams…

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David Octavius Hill

David Octavius Hill was born on May 20th, 1802, in Perth, Scotland. David and his brother got their education from the Perth Academy. Then his brother moved to Edinburgh for work, and David Hill studied at the School of Design. He exhibited his early landscape paintings at the Institution for…

Willem van Aelst

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Franz Theodor Aerni

Known for: Paintings of city buildings and landscape views

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Hilma af Klint

Swedish artist Hilma af Klint created large abstract paintings starting in 1906, well before such artists as Wassily Kandinsky explored non-representational imagery. She felt that people were not ready for her paintings since they were so radical, she seldom exhibited them during her life. When her sister died in 1880,…

Jacques Laurent Agasse

Takaku Aigai

Muhammad Nasir al-Munshi

Francesco Albani

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Anni Albers

The German artist Anni Albers worked mainly in textiles, and through this medium challenged the separate notions of art and craft. Her work was abstract and focused on color theory, which greatly influenced Modernism. Along with her husband and fellow artist Josef Albers, she studied at the famous Bauhaus where…

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Josef Albers

Born in Bottrop, Germany, in 1888, Josef Albers was an influential figure in the abstract art world and taught many individuals about art throughout his lifetime. As a young adult, Albers became an elementary school teacher and enrolled in Bauhaus, a very important design school in Germany. After getting his…

Mariotto Albertinelli

Ivan Albright

John White Alexander

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Mir Sayyid Ali

Henry Alken

David Allan

Timothy Allen

Washington Allston

Lawrence Alma-Tadema

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Carlos Almaraz

Carlos Almaraz was a Mexican-American artist. His work inspired the Chicano Art Movement in Los Angeles and his series “Echo Park” received worldwide acclaim.

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Ramón Martí Alsina

Ramón Martí Alsina (1826-1894) was a Catalan painter. Born in Barcelona, his father passed away when he was eight, leaving him an orphan. Despite his misfortune and financial struggles, he was able to train at the Llotja from 1840 to 1844, while also earning his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at…

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