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Anderson, Ruth A.
(1891-1957)
“Courtyard Scene”

Ruth A. Anderson (1891-1957) Born/lived: Carlisle, PA; Baltimore; Boston; summered in Gloucester. Known: was known well for her Gloucester harbor and beach scenes and her light, bright, loosely constructed impressionism. Because of a fire in her Boston studio at 53...

Bell, Wenonah Day
(1889-1981)
“Sidewalk Café”

Wenonah Day Bell (1889-1981) Born/lived: Trenton, SC, Greenville, GA. Best known: for painting Southern rural life and New York urban scenes, still lifes and portraits in watercolor and oil. Her style, while impressionist, reflected a modernist influence. Studied:...

Bell, Wenonah Day
(1889-1981)
“Georgia Mansion”

Wenonah Day Bell (1889-1981) Born/lived: Trenton, SC, Greenville, GA. Best known: for painting Southern rural life and New York urban scenes, still lifes and portraits in watercolor and oil. Her style, while impressionist, reflected a modernist influence. Studied:...

Bell, Wenonah Day
(1889-1981)
“River Dredges”

Wenonah Day Bell (1889-1981) Born/lived: Trenton, SC, Greenville, GA. Best known: for painting Southern rural life and New York urban scenes, still lifes and portraits in watercolor and oil. Her style, while impressionist, reflected a modernist influence. Studied:...

Blackmore, A.E.
(1854-1921)
“Spring Landscape with Pond”

Arthur E. Blackmore (1854-1921) Born/lived: England/Troy NY, New York City. Known for: painting landscapes, murals and designs on Steinway grand pianos, and musical instruments. Studied: South Kensington Museum, London. Member: Salmagundi Club. Exhibited: Society of...

Bocher, August
(1873-1961)
“Interior”

August Böcher (1873-1961) Born/lived: Berlin; Munich Known: He painted portraits, genre scenes and landscapes in usually bright colors and with a slightly impressionistic brushwork. Studied: studied at the ABK Berlin and attended the classes of Max Johann Bernhard...

Bogert,
George
(1864-1944)
“Late Afternoon, Venice”

Born in New York City, George Henry Bogert became known for scenes of Venice and urban subjects. He is known for painting in the style of Barbizon School of painting and of Tonalism. He studied at the National Academy of Design and then went to Paris where he studied...

Bretsnyder, Arno
(1885-1969)
“Winter Snow Scene”

Known: easel oil painting in the style of realism, representation, naturalism, traditional of cowboys, genre, daily life. Studied: at the Chicago Art Institute with John Vanderpoel. Member: the Illinois Society of the Fine Arts. Exhibited: at the Chicago Art Institute...

Brown, J. Appleton
(1844-1902)
“Summer Wooded Landscape”

John Appleton Brown was an impressionist painter of seascapes and landscapes born in Newburyport, MA. He was influenced by Barbizon painters Corot and Daubigney. As a fine painter of apple orchard spring scenes, he was nicknamed “appleblossom Brown”.

Burpee, William Partridge
(1846-1940)
“Springtime”

William Partridge Burpee was born in Rockland, ME and lived in Boston, MA. He studied with marine painter William Bradford. He was a member of Boston Art Club. He exhibited at the Boston Art Club; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Corcoran Gallery; the American...

Chadwick, William
(1879-1962)
“Laurel”

An American Impressionist, Chadwick was a member of Old Lyme art colony and painted with Childe Hassam, Charles Ebert, and Chauncey Ryder. He painted on Monhegan Island, ME. His studio was reconstructed on the grounds of the Florence Griswold Museum.Born/lived:...

Clark, NA, Eliot
(1883-1980)
“Valley Crucis, North Carolina”

Born/lived: New York, NY/ Kent, CT, Albemarle County, VA, Charlottesville, VA. He painted in the Deep South in Charleston and Savannah, Kent, CT along the Housatonic River, art colonies at Annisquam, Gloucester, Chadd’s Ford and Ogunquit, in Venice, Grand...

Daingerfield, Marjorie
(1900-1977)
“Southern Lady”

Marjorie Daingerfield, daughter of renowned Southern artist, Elliott Daingerfield, was born in New York City. She was a sculptor, author and teacher. She studied at the School of American Sculpture; Grand Central School of Art and with James Fraser, Edmond Amateis,...

Davis, Ulysses,
(1913-1990)
“Cancer”

An African-American carver, Ulysses Davis was born in Fitzgerald, Georgia. He lived in Savannah, GA. He was a barber who carved wood with a pocket knife between customers. Davis carved over 200 works. He created mythical creatures, American presidents and African...

De Luce, ANA, Percival
(1847-1914)
“Sunday Best”

Percival De Luce lived in New York City. He is known for his genre and still life paintings. He studied at the Antwerp Academy, Brussels, with Portaels and with Bonnat in Paris. He was elected an Associate member of the National Academy of Design. He was also a member...

Desatnick, Mike
(born 1943)
“Pheasant Feathers”

Born/lived: Hammond, Indiana/Durango, Colorado. Known: as a realist/Impressionist painter of Southwestern Indians. Studied: American Academy of Art in Chicago and in two years won 22 awards. Exhibited: Allied Artists Show in New York, and the Indianapolis Hoosier...

Desatnick, Mike
(born 1943)
“Beach House Wash Day, Mexico”

Born/lived: Hammond, Indiana/Durango, Colorado. Known: as a realist/Impressionist painter of Southwestern Indians. Studied: American Academy of Art in Chicago and in two years won 22 awards. Exhibited: Allied Artists Show in New York, and the Indianapolis Hoosier...

Dodd, Irene
(born 1941)
“Persian Reflections in Orchid”

Born/lived: Athens, GA; Cortona, Italy. Known: as a watercolor artist in realism and abstract. She was the daughter of Lamar Dodd, one of the most important 20th century artists. He was the Head of the Art Department at the University of Georgia from 1938 until he was...

Eyden, Jr, William Arnold
(1893-1982)
“Indiana Wooded Landscape”

William Arnold Eyden, Jr (1893-1982) Eyden lived in Indiana. He is best known for his Indiana Impressionist landscape paintings. He studied with W.A. Eden, Sr., T.C. Steele, and Charles Hawthorne. He was a member of the Hoosier Salon, Indiana Art Club, Society of...

Farnsworth, NA, Jerry
(1895-1983)
“Still Life”

Born /lived: Dalton, GA, North Truro, MA, Sarasota, FL. Known for: painter, instructor. Studied: Corcoran Art School, with C.W. Hawthorne, Clinton Peters. Member: Associate National Academy, 1933, National Academy of Design, 1935, Provincetown Art Association,...

Flagg, James Montgomery
(1877-1960)
“Cosmo Hamilton”

James Montgomery Flagg (1877-1960) Born/lived: Pelham Manor, New York/New York City; Charleston, South Carolina; Europe Known: Illustrator, Comic book and comic strip artist, painter. He painted every subject matter in nearly every medium in a realistic style. Flagg...

Foster, N.A., Ben
(1852-1926)
“Afternoon Maine Woods”

Ben Foster, NA (1852-1926) Born/lived: Ben Foster was born in North Anson, Maine on July 31, 1852. He lived in Cornwall Hollow, Connecticut most of his working life. He did not pursue art as a career until thirty years of age. His brother, Charles (1850-1931) was also...

Greacen, N.A., Nan
(1909-1999)
“Pink Azaleas”

Nan Greacen, N.A.  1909-1999 Born/lived: Born in Giverny, France where her father Edmund Greacen was an impressionist painter. Known: Actively following Claude Monet, Nan Greacen became a noted oil painter and watercolorist. Studied: Brearley School in New York City...

Greacen, N.A., Nan
(1909-1999)
“Still Life with Pink Roses”

Nan Greacen, N.A.  1909-1999 Born/lived: Born in Giverny, France where her father Edmund Greacen was an impressionist painter. Known: Actively following Claude Monet, Nan Greacen became a noted oil painter and watercolorist. Studied: Brearley School in New York City...

Griffin, James Martin
(1850-1931)
“California Landscape”

James Martin Griffin (1850-1931) Griffin was a California landscape and nature scene painter. His works were realistic and naturalistic in style. He painted in the Bay area of Northern California. He taught painting at the California College of Arts and Crafts, San...

Halsey, William
(1915-1999)
“Summer’s Cauldron”

William Halsey was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1915. He was a student of Elizabeth O’Neill Verner and Alice Ravenel Huger Smith. He studied at the University of South Carolina and at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, who awarded him a Paige Traveling...

Hart, N.A., William
(1823-1894)
“Landscape with Cows”

William Hart, NA (1823-1894) Born/lived: born in Paisley, Scotland/ Albany, NY; Troy, New York; Richmond, Virginia; Michigan, opened a studio in New York City and Brooklyn. Known: as a formidable Hudson River School artist who painted serene, bucolic, romantic...

Hibel, Edna
(1917-2014)
“Monet’s Garden”

Edna Hibel, a painter and lithographer was born in Boston, MA and lived in Brookline, MA and Riviera Beach, FL. She studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts School and with Carl Zerbe and Jacovleff. She was a member of AEA. She exhibited at the Art Institute of...

Hirst, Claude (Claudine) Raguet
(1855-1942)
“Lyre and Plaque”

Born/lived: Cincinnati, OH; NYC. Known: specialized in small still-life paintings, usually of old books and pipes in the trompe l’oeil style. She was unique as a trompe l’oeil painter in that she was the first woman of note to paint in this style. She...

Hoffman, ANA, Harry L.
(1871-1964)
“New England Covered Bridge”

Harry L. Hoffman, ANA (1871-1964) Born/lived: Cressona, PA/Old Lyme, CT Known: was one of the most significant American Impressionist painters of the first half of the twentieth century. He lived in Old Lyme for more than 60 years, at his death was one of the oldest...

Hoffman, ANA, Harry L.
(1871-1964)
“Covered Bridge, New England”

Harry L. Hoffman, ANA (1871-1964) Born/lived: Cressona, PA/Old Lyme, CT Known: was one of the most significant American Impressionist painters of the first half of the twentieth century. He lived in Old Lyme for more than 60 years, at his death was one of the oldest...

Holzhauer, Emil
(1887-1986)
“Pier, Florida Coast”

Emil Holzhauer (1887-1986) Born in Schwabisch-Gmund, Germany, lived in NY, GA, FL. Avant-garde painter whose work is characterized by heavy lines filled with color and with rhythmic, harmonic space in watercolor, oil, and casein. Awards: Logan Medal and Purchase prize...

Hubbell, A.N.A., Henry Salem
(1870-1949)
“Lady in the Garden”

Born/lived: Paola, KS; Lived Paris, France; Miami, FL.; Miami, FL. Known: Painter, teacher Studied: Art Institute of Chicago, 1897-97; Paris, Acad. Julian with Bouguereau, J.P. Laurens and Constant, 1898-99; Acad. Carmen, with Whistler, 1898-1901; also with Collin in...

Ibe, Onyeka
(born 1971)
“Landscape with Houses”

Onyeka Ibe (born 1971) Onyeka Ibe (born September 29, 1971) is a Nigerian-born American abstract expressionist painter. He achieved international recognition for his dramatic approach to painting. At the age of 16, he first exhibited his work at The National Gallery...

Irvine, A.N.A., Wilson
(1869-1936)
“Harbor Scene”

Wilson Irvine, ANA (1869-1936) Born/lived: Byron, IL/ Lyme, CT. Best known for: American Impressionist landscape painter. Studied: Art Institute of Chicago. Member: Associate National Academy; Lyme Art Assoc.; Chicago Society of Artists; Chicago CC; Cliff Dwellers;...

Jacobs, Forrest
(20th century)
“Harbor Sunset”

Forrest Jacobs (20th century) Forrest Jacobs was an American artist who lived in Marietta, GA. He painted street scenes, genre and fantasy works. He used a variety of media, including oil, watercolor and pastel. His works are highly imaginative with a passion for...

Jacobs, Forrest
(20th century)
“Low Tide”

Forrest Jacobs (20th century) Forrest Jacobs was an American artist who lived in Marietta, GA. He painted street scenes, genre and fantasy works. He used a variety of media, including oil, watercolor and pastel. His works are highly imaginative with a passion for...

Jones, Myrtle
(1913-2007)
“Savannah, Georgia Street Scene”

Myrtle Jones (1913-2007) Born/lived: born in Winder, Forsyth County, Georgia and lived in Savannah, GA. Known: to paint children, portraits, floral still lifes, landscapes, local street scenes and architecture of Savannah. Her work was unique in its balance of realism...

Jones, Nell Choate
(1879-1981)
“Flowers in a Vase”

Jones was born in Hawkinsville, GA. She began to exhibit her work 1927. She studied at Adelphi Academy in Brooklyn, New York, England and France, painting impressionist landscapes in Fontainebleau, painting in New Mexico of Pueblos and other Native American subjects....

Kitchell, H.M.
(1862-1944)
“Autumn Landscape”

Hudson Mindell Kitchell (1862-1944) Born/lived: Born in Madison, NJ and lived in New York and Providence Rhode Island. Known: as a painter of luminescent and tonalist landscapes, marine and nocturne paintings. His paintings were often dark, evening landscapes similar...

Koeniger, Walter
(1881-1943)
“Summer Landscape”

Born/lived: Germany, NYC, Woodstock, NY. Known: as “the Painter of Snow”. He was a plein-air American Impressionist painter capturing the fleeting moods of nature during a period when winter scene genre was rapidly rising in popularity. Koeniger painted...

Koeniger, Walter
(1881-1943)
“Stormy Seascape” 

Born/lived: Germany, NYC, Woodstock, NY. Known: as “the Painter of Snow”. He was a plein-air American Impressionist painter capturing the fleeting moods of nature during a period when winter scene genre was rapidly rising in popularity. Koeniger painted...

Kurtz, Wilbur
(1882-1967)
“The Neel Residence”

Wilbur Kurtz was a Georgia artist, historian, illustrator and writer born in Oakland, IL. He became a foremost authority on Old South Atlanta. He studied at DePauw University, Art Institute of Chicago, and with George Wilmer Browne. He lived in Atlanta, Georgia where...

Kurtz, Wilbur
(1882-1976)
“Lady Reading in the Garden”

Wilbur Kurtz was a Georgia artist, historian, illustrator and writer born in Oakland, IL. He became a foremost authority on Old South Atlanta. He studied at DePauw University, Art Institute of Chicago, and with George Wilmer Browne. He lived in Atlanta, Georgia where...

Kurtz, Wilbur
(1882-1967)
“Forest Home”

Wilbur Kurtz was a Georgia artist, historian, illustrator and writer born in Oakland, IL. He became a foremost authority on Old South Atlanta. He studied at DePauw University, Art Institute of Chicago, and with George Wilmer Browne. He lived in Atlanta, Georgia where...

Kurtz,Wilbur
(1882-1967)
“Pennsylvania Dutch Girl”

Wilbur Kurtz (1882-1967) Wilbur Kurtz was a Georgia artist, historian, illustrator and writer born in Oakland, IL. He became a foremost authority on Old South Atlanta. He studied at DePauw University, Art Institute of Chicago, and with George Wilmer Browne. He lived...

Lansil, Walter
(1846-1925)
“A Fete Day, Venice”

Walter Lansil (1846-1925) Born/lived: Bangor, ME/lived in Boston and Dorchester, MA. Known: as a marine painter of sailing ships, often in Venetian settings. Studied: Bangor with J.P. Hardy; Academie Julian, Paris, 1880 Member: Boston Art Club. Exhibited: Boston Art...

Lewis, NA, Edmund Darch
(1835-1910)
“Cape May”

Edmund Darch Lewis, NA (1835-1910) Born/lived: Born in Philadelphia. Known: was one of the most popular Philadelphia landscape painters of the 19th century. He painted scenes of Lehigh, Susquehana, and Wissihichon Rivers of Pennsylvania and landscapes of New York, New...

Luks, George
(1867-1933)
“The Race Prejudice”

Born in Williamsport, PA and lived in NYC. Along with Robert Henri he was an outspoken member of “The Eight,” who first exhibited as a group at Macbeth Gal., NYC, in 1908. Luks met Henri, Glackens, Shinn, and Sloan while working as a newspaper artist in Philadelphia...

Mails, Thomas
(1922-2001)
“Santa Clara Rainbow Dancers”

Mails is a painter, illustrator and writer. He was born in California and studied at California College of Arts and Crafts and Luther Theological Sem., St. Paul. Mails is best known for painting and illustrating Indian culture and sketching in the Southwest. He...

McFee, Henry Lee
(1886-1953)
“Still Life with Silver and Lemons”

Henry Lee McFee (1886-1953) Born/lived: St. Louis, MO; Woodstock, NY; Savannah, GA; Claremont, CA; Altadena, CA. Known: as a pioneering American artist, who was inspired by Paul Cezanne (his composition and use of color) and Cubism. Studied: School of Fine Arts, St....

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Black Minorca”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Cardinals on Sweet Shrub”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Mallards”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Cardinals on Magnolia”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Menaboni, Athos
(1895-1990)
“Robins”

Born in Italy, Athos Menaboni was profoundly influenced by his father, an avid hunter, and naturalist and the menagerie of exotic animals and birds of his childhood. Menaboni came to New York City in 1920 and moved to Atlanta and painted works for many prominent...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“Beach Play”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“1878 Rue Mouffetard”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“Deep Sea Fishing”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“Chamonix”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Mercier, Dennis
(20th century)
“Young Motherhood”

Dennis Mercier is a self-taught, southern born and raised artist with a passion for color and expression. His diverse images create a style of great strength, color and vitality. Dennis started drawing at an early age, and as a teenager his talents were used in his...

Miller, Vance
(1912-2002)
“Fall River Landscape”

Vance Miller (1912-2002) was born in Princeton, WV, lived in VA, Baltimore, MD and Blacksburg, VA. His impressionist style gave attention to light, atmosphere and color, making choppy strokes with a palette knife. He painted scenes of nature for over 50 years,...

Morrison, Hal
(1848-1927)
“Wooded Landscape with Deer”

Hal Morrison was a painter born in Prince Edward Island, Canada; active in Atlanta, Georgia, 1883-1918, Auburndale, Florida, 1918-1926 and died in Atlanta. His favorite activities were painting and fishing, and he was most known for his paintings of fish and game in...

Morrison, Hal
(1848-1927)
“Going to Town”

Born/lived: Prince Edward Island, Canada, lived in Atlanta, GA, Auburndale, FL, many trips to FL & NC Best known for painting still-lifes of fish and game in the manner of William Michael Harnett, as his favorite activities were painting and fishing, also genre...

Murphy, Christopher P.H.
(1869-1939)
“Still Life”

Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Known for: Traveled widely finding subjects in Gloucester, New York, Washington, DC, and North Carolina, still-lifes (reserved time after Sunday dinner for still-life, friends brought him flowers), landscapes, architecture, and city life of...

Murphy, Jr., Christopher
(1902-1973)
“Chattahoochee River”

Christopher Murphy, Jr (1902-1973) Born/lived: Savannah, GA. Known for: Christopher Murphy, Jr. is an important southern American artist who was a painter of landscapes, marines, architecture, portraiture and still-lifes done in New York, Washington, North Carolina,...

Nesbitt, Jackson Lee
(1913-2008)
“Old Man with Violin”

Nesbitt was born in McAlester, Oklahoma. He studied at the Kansas City Art Institute under Thomas Hart Benton, becoming his assistant, friend, and taking sketching trips together. Nesbitt did many paintings and prints in the style of the American Scene movement,...

Newell, Hugh
(1830-1915)
“Playing on a Teeter-totter”

Newell was a painter of genre, still lifes, landscape and portraits born in Belfast, Ireland. He lived in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, Baltimore, Maryland. He is most well known for his genre paintings. He is a member of the Irish School of Painters. He studied at the...

Peacock, Claude
(1912-2005)
“Kestrals”

Claude Peacock (1912-2005) Born/lived: Selma, AL/Montgomery, AL. Known: Illustrator, commercial artist, painter, teacher, cartoonist. Studied: Huntingdon College, Montgomery, AL. Member: National Audubon Society; Alabama Art League. Exhibited: Army Artists Comp.,...

Richmond, Agnes
(1870-1964)
“Elegant Lady”

Agnes Richmond (1870-1964) Born/lived: Alton, Illinois/lived in New York and summered in Mountainville, NY, lived MO, Gloucester, MA. Best known for: Her painting style was impressionist, with attention to qualities of light, deliberate brushstrokes and rich colors....

Richmond, Agnes
(1870-1964)
“Summer”

Agnes Richmond (1870-1964) Born/lived: Alton, Illinois/lived in New York and summered in Mountainville, NY, lived MO, Gloucester, MA. Best known for: Her painting style was impressionist, with attention to qualities of light, deliberate brushstrokes and rich colors....

Rider, Henry Orne
(1860-1943)
“A Winter Sunrise, Weston, MA”

Born/lived: Salem, MA, Auburndale, a part of Newton, MA. Best known for: Impressionistic landscapes. The Charles River, Newton, MA was a favorite painting subject. Studied: Newton schools and studied at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with D.W. Champney, at the...

Ritschel, William
(1864-1949)
“Waiting for the Tide”

Born in Nurmberg, Germany, William Ritschel was a California Impressionist painter. He was educated at the Latin and Industrial School, Germany and Royal Academy in Munich where he excelled at painting the sea. He continued to exhibit his marine paintings in New York,...

Robinson, Charles Dorman
(1847-1933)
“Mt. Diablo near Brentwood”

Charles Dorman Robinson (1847-1933) Born/lived: born in East Monmouth, ME/California/Yosemite Valley/Arizona Known: a prolific plein-air painter of western landscape, he earned a distinguished reputation as a California artist, much of it based on his panoramic scenes...

Sawyer, NA, Helen
(1898-1978)
“Wooded Landscape”

Helen Alton Sawyer, NA (1900-1999) Born/lived: was born in Washington, DC; Cape Cod, MA; Princetown, MA; lived in North Truro, MA; Hudson Valley, NY Sarasota, FL. Known: Impressionism Landscape and still-life painter. She preferred oils and watercolors. She was...

Shaw, Harry Hutchison
(1897-1989)
“Cape Cod”

Harry Hutchison Shaw (1897-1989) Born/lived: Philadelphia, PA/LA/FL/OH. Known: Painter, illustrator, instructor, block printer, drawing specialist. Studied: University of Michigan; Cleveland School Art; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Russ Moffet School,...

Sykes, Maltby
(1911-1992)
“Mountain Village”

(William) Maltby Sykes (1811-1992) Born/lived: born in Aberdeen, MS and lived in Auburn, AL. Known: He was a printmaker, graphic artist, teacher and painter. Studied: at the Art Students League and with Arthur Bairnsfather, Wayman Adams, George C. Miller, John Sloan,...

Tate, Gayle B.
(born 1944)
“Abe Lincoln”

Gayle B. Tate is known as a trompe l’oeil painter. “Trompe l’oeil is a French term meaning ‘trick the eye’. Tate is a native of Midwest America, born in Abilene, Texas and raised as a world traveler, the son of a career army officer. He...

Thompson, Walter W.
(1882-1972)
“The Way Over”

Walter Whitcomb Thompson (1882-1948) was a native of South Carolina. He studied at the University of Florida and at the New School of Design in Boston. Thompson was a member of the American Artists Professional League, Carolina Art Association, Georgia Art...

Witkowski, Karl
(1860-1910)
“The Telling of a Tale”

Karl Witkowski (1860-1910) Witkowski was a late nineteenth-century American painter. He was trained under Jan Matejko (1838-1893). He specialized in genre and portrait painting. Witkowski, like his contemporary J.G. Brown (1831 – 1913), focused his attention on the...

Wood, N.A.,Thomas Waterman
(1870-1903)
“All Dressed Up”

Born and raised in Montpelier, Vermont, lived in Boston, MA, Nashville, TN, Louisville, KY and NYC. He was a painter of genre scenes with figures and objects that have meticulous detail. He worked in his father’s cabinet-making shop. In 1846 he studied with...