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Joan Brull Vinyoles

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Nicolaes Visscher

Dutch engraver, publisher, and cartographer Nicolaes Visscher was born in Amsterdam on January 25th, 1618. His father owned and operated a flourishing mapmaking business, In de Visscher, located in Amsterdam, from which Visscher learned the art of decorated Dutch mapmaking. Visscher worked during the “Golden Age of Netherlandish Cartography” (approximately…

Bartolommeo Vivarini

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Maurice de Vlaminck

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Simon de Vlieger

Simon de Vlieger was a Dutch painter whose masterful seascapes proved influential for future generations of Dutch artists. Simon de Vlieger was born in 1601 and spent the first portion of his life in Rotterdam. His training is unknown; the first known documentation is for Simon de Vlieger’s marriage in…

Pierre-Jacques Volaire

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Robert William Vonnoh

Robert William Vonnoh was born in 1858 in Hartford, Connecticut. He moved to Boston, Massachusetts as a child and was educated at the Massachusetts Normal Art School. He traveled to Paris at the Académie Julian in 1881 to continue training to be a landscape painter. He traveled from France to…

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Simon de Vos

Simon de Vos was born on October 20th, 1603 in Antwerp, Belgium to the dice maker Herman de Vos and Elisabeth van Oppen. At twelve years old de Vos started his art education with the eminent portrait painter Cornelis de Vos (to whom he was not related). After completing his…

Simon Vouet

Edouard Vuillard

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Elmer Wachtel

Elmer Wachtel was an American Impressionist painter famous for his stunning landscapes. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved to California in his early twenties to work with his brother. He held odd jobs to put himself through art school, which he attended in both New York and London.…

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Johann Georg Wagler

Johann Georg Wagler was an obscure figure of German ornithology and herpetology. He was born on March 28, 1800, in Nuremberg and was the youngest son of a municipal clerk. Much of what we know of his biography comes from his obituary written by Johannes Gistl in 1835, shortly after…

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Edward Wilkins Waite

Edward Wilkins Waite was a beloved English landscape painter in the late 19th century. Born into a large family, he learned to paint along with his brothers from their father, a watercolorist. After a brief time of lumberjacking in Ontario, he returned with paintings of Canadian wildlife. Waite exhibited these…

Roland Wakelin

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Charles Walbridge

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William Aiken Walker

William Aiken Walker was an American genre painter who focused on Southern scenes. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, and spending some time in Maryland, he began his painting career after being wounded in the Civil War. While he no longer lived in the South after the war, he visited his…

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Kara Elizabeth Walker

Kara Walker (born November 26, 1969) is a contemporary African-American artist who explores race, gender, sexuality, violence, and identity in her work. She is best known for her room-size tableaux of black cut-paper silhouettes. | From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License An extremely prolific and…

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William Allen Wall

William Allen Wall was born in 1808 to a prominent Quaker family in New Bedford, Massachusetts. His father was a master of a Quaker school and ran a hardware store. William seems to have inherited his father’s appreciation for the arts and may have received instruction from him in watercolor…

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W.H. Wallace

American painter and etcher W.H. Wallace (William Henry Wallace) was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1838. His works include topographical views painted in watercolor and etchings made from his drawings. Wallace’s subject matter depicts seaside towns with figures performing various tasks in and around a dock. Etching is a…

David Walls

Joseph Walter

Jacob C. Ward

Joos van Wassenhove

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John William Waterhouse

John William Waterhouse was an English painter who was a key figure in the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood’s return to pre-Renaissance subject matter and style. Born into an artistic family, Waterhouse had access to resources that allowed him to enter the elite Royal Academy at a young age. Historical and allegorical scenes…

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Susan Catherine Waters

Susan Catherine Moore Waters was born in Binghamton, New York. Though talented, Waters’ only recorded education in art was from classes she took at the Friendsville Boarding School for Females. Waters began painting portrait commissions to support her family after her husband had fallen ill, with her earliest portrait found…

Susan Watkins

Susan Watkins, born in Lake County, California, Watkins is best known for her portraits, landscapes, and interior paintings in both realistic and Impressionistic styles. Her works often depicted her friends and family, as well as the strong female in the household setting. Encouraged by her mother to focus on her…

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Carleton E. Watkins

Carleton Watkins was possibly the first person to photograph Yosemite, and his work helped convince the U.S. Congress to establish it as a National Park in 1890. Watkins was born in Oneonta, New York, and moved to California with his friend Collis Huntington in 1851 to join the gold rush.…

Jean-Antoine Watteau

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