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Thomas Woodward

Thomas Woodward (1801-1852) was a genre painter from Worcestershire, United Kingdom, who dedicated his whole life to art. When he was only eight years old, the president of the Royal Academy, Benjamin West, noticed his talents and invited him to study at the Academy. He exhibited for the first time…

Bayard Wootten

Bayard Wootten (1875–1959) was a female pioneer in the field of photography. Born in New Bern, North Carolina she began her photographic career there in 1904. Wootten’s first studio, opened circa April 1906, was attached to her home on East Front Street. During that same year Wooten received permission to…

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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 Honolulu Museum of Art, is his most famous work. He also is known for paintings which feature the orchards near…

Charles Worret

Frank Lloyd Wright, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

Frank Lloyd Wright

\”Frank Lloyd Wright changed the way we build and the way we live.\” – The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation After dropping out of university, he discovered his passion for architecture. Caught in the age of the Art Deco movement, elements of which can be seen in some of his designs…

Joachim Wtewael

Joachim Anthoniszoon Wtewael (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈyːtəʋaːl]; also spelled Uytewael, which reflects better the pronunciation for English speakers) (1566 – 1 August 1638) was a Dutch Mannerist painter and draughtsman, as well as a highly successful flax merchant, and town councillor of Utrecht. Wtewael was one of the leading Dutch exponents…

Wang Wu

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Alexander Helwig Wyant

Alexander Helwig Wyant was an American painter whose works helped to spark the beginning of the tonalist movement. Alexander Helwig Wyant was born on January 11, 1836, and raised in Defiance, Ohio. Over the course of his teenage years, he worked as a sign painter before going to New York…

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Andrew Wyeth

Andrew Newell Wyeth was an American artist known for his realism and regional style. His family is known for their artistic legacy. His father, N. C. Wyeth, was a well-known artist and illustrator, and his son, Jamie, is a well-known artist. Andrew’s daughter, Henriette, was a painter and married Peter…

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Jamie Wyeth

Jamie Wyeth was born into the distinguished Wyeth family dynasty begun by his grandfather, N.C. Wyeth, the famous illustrator of classic literary novels such as Robinson Crusoe, and continued by his father Andrew Wyeth, who is among America’s most popular artists and is known most widely for the painting Christina’s…

N.C. Wyeth

N.C. Wyeth was an American illustrator and painter. Wyeth is best known for his prolific work as an illustrator just after the turn of the 20th century. He was born in 1882 in Needham, Massachusetts, and in 1902 at the age of twenty, Wyeth traveled to Wilmington, Delaware where he…

Beihong Xu

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Qian Xuan

Qian Xuan was a Song loyalist, master of calligraphy, and one of the most famed painters of the 13th century. Qian Xuan was born in 1235 and attempted a career as a scholar-official in the Southern Song dynasty, yet achieved little success. The Yuan dynasty, founded by the Mongol empire,…

Yeow Kwang Yeo

Tomás Yepes

Tang Yin

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Hiroshi Yoshida

Hiroshi Yoshida was an artist who translated the sights from his world travels into the traditional style of Japanese woodblock prints. His stepfather recognized his early talent and sent him to Kyoto to study. His first American exhibit was in 1899 at what is now the Detroit Institute of Art.…

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Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

Japanese printmaker Tsukioka Yoshitoshi, also known as Taiso Yoshitoshi, was born on April 30th, 1839, in the Shimbashi district of Edo (modern-day Tokyo). Yoshitoshi is widely known as one of the last masters and innovators of Japanese woodblock prints during the end of the Edo and early Meiji periods. He…

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Blamire Young

Blamire Young (1862-1935) was an Australian/English watercolorist at the turn of the 20th century. He specialized in landscapes and was a poster designer and an illustrator. He was known as one of the most prevalent watercolorists in Australia during his lifetime. Young spent his youth in England before moving to…

Gerard ter Borch the Younger

Jaume Ferrer the Younger

Hans Holbein the Younger

Jan Josef Horemans the Younger

Frans Pourbus the Younger

Bartholomaeus Bruyn the Younger

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Willem van de Velde II

The son of famed maritime draftsman Willem van de Velde the Elder, Willem van de Velde II followed in his father’s footsteps and became one of the period’s most renowned maritime painters. Willem van de Velde II was born in 1633 in the Netherlands. His first artistic training was from…

Lorenzo Zaragoza

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Félix Ziem

Félix Ziem was a French artist of the Barbizon school whose genre and landscape scenes drew from his many travels and his particular love of Venice. Félix Ziem was born on February 25, 1821, and first aspired to be an architect, studying at the École des Beaux-Arts in Dijon beginning…

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