20th-century painter of bones, flowers, desert scenes, and landscapes of the Southwest; Her museum in Santa Fe, NM, is America's 1st dedicated to a woman artist of international stature; Black Iris, Cow's Skull, Red, White, and Blue.
20th-century artist; Followed in the footsteps of his illustrator father, N.C.; Pictures of people and scenery; Christina's World; Distant Thunder; Winter; 240 drawings and paintings of his neighbor Helga Testort.
20th-century artist; Cover illustrations of scenes of every-day small-town life for The Saturday Evening Post & other magazines.
19th-20th century portrait artist; Isabella Stewart Gardner, Mme X, and other notables; Impressionistic watercolor landscapes.
20th-century artist; Born Anna Mary Robertson; Started her primitive paintings of rural life at age 76.
19th-20th century Irish-born sculptor; Bronze David Farragut monument in Madison Square; General Sherman on horseback at Central Park; Robert G. Shaw sculpture on the Boston Common; Designed the $20 'double eagle' gold piece, considered the most beautiful American coin ever issued.
19th-20th century; The Spirit of '76 (depicts two drummers and a fifer.)
19th-century painter of western panoramic scenes; The Grand Canyon, Yellowstone and the Teton Range.
20th-century abstract expressionist artist; Dripped paint on canvas in random & complex patterns.
20th-century Swedish-born American sculptor; Oversized works representing familiar objects; Hamburger with Pickle (7 feet in diameter, made of painted canvas and foam rubber.)
19th-20th century artist; Portrayed American West; Bronco Buster (Sculpture.).
20th-century artist; The 'pope of pop'; Art featuring Campbell Soup cans, Coca-Cola bottles; Silk-screen paintings that use repetition of the subject matter, i.e. famous portrayal of Marilyn Monroe; Also referred to as 'The Leonardo of the Shoe Trade' because of his fashionable shoe business illustrations.
20th-century Russian-born American sculptor; Used wide variety of objects & materials to construct her huge assemblages of boxes, usually painted black or gold.
20th-century experimental artist; Mixed sculpture & paint in works he called 'combines;' Tracer, (made of an eagle, cafeteria sign, and 2 helicopters.)
20th-century sculptor; White plaster sculptures cast from living models of people going about what he calls 'the magic of everyday life.'
19th-20th century artist; Arrangement in Grey and Black: Portrait of the Artist's Mother.
20th-century Venezuelan-born American sculptor; Life-size wooden figures; The Family.
19th-century portrait artist; Studied painting in London under Benjamin West; Better known for inventing the telegraph.
18th-19th century painter; Depicted historical events; The Death of General Wolfe; Penn's Treaty with the Indians.
20th-century Russian-born American abstract expressionist; Relied chiefly on color, as in Ochre and Red on Red, 1954; Requested dim lighting for his rectangular paintings of delicate colors such as Yellow and Blue.
20th-century artist; Paintings of the rural Midwest; American Gothic, a work featuring a farmer with a pitchfork in his hand standing next to a woman.
19th-20th century designer of stained-glass; Helped establish international art style, art nouveau.
19th-20th century painter and sculptor; Known as 'America's cowboy artist;' Museum in Great Falls, Montana, is devoted to him.
18th-19th century portrait painter; Unfinished 'Athenaeum' portrait of George Washington's head on US one-dollar bill; Vaughan type (bust) and Lansdowne (full-length) paintings of George Washington.