Famous pair of 19th-century lithographers; Colored prints of typical American life; Given names Nathaniel and James Merritt.
19th-20th century Haitian-American ornithologist & illustrator; noted for bird drawings & paintings; The Birds of America.
18th-19th century artist; North America's 1st great portrait painter; Watson and the Shark; Death of the Earl of Chatham; Boy With a Squirrel.
20th-century Dutch-born American abstract expressionist; Woman series of oil and pastel paintings on huge canvases.
19th-century painter; Fur Traders Descending the Missouri; Daniel Boone Escorting Settlers Through the Cumberland Gap.
20th-century photographer; Black-and-white photographs of the US West, especially national parks.
20th-century Missouri-born artist; With John Steuart Curry & Grant Wood emphasized regionalism, American locales & their people, including sharecroppers, miners, politicians, & subway riders; American Today (helped revive mural painting in the US.)
19th-century English-born American; Founder Hudson River School of landscape painting; The Course of Empire (Series of 5 canvases); The Voyage of Life (Series of 4 paintings).
20th-century Armenian-born American abstract expressionist; The Liver is the Cock's Comb.
19th-20th century seascape artist; The Gulf Stream; Breaking Storm; The Hurricane.
19th-century German-born painter; American historical subjects December 25, 1776 Washington Crossing the Delaware.
19th-20th century sculptor; The Minute Man statue in Concord, Massachusetts Abraham Lincoln statue inside the Lincoln Memorial.
19th-century Italian-born American artist; US Capital rotunda fresco of Washington & 13 maidens.
19th-20th century artist; Impressionist paintings of women and children; Mother and Child; The Bath, and; Little Girl in a Blue Armchair.
20th-century abstract expressionist; Paintings depict numbers, targets, a US map, and the American flag; Flag on an Orange Field.
20th-century black artist; Worked in gouache, opaque water color, and tempera to create singular flat surfaces for his narrative paintings portraying social problems; The Migration of the Negro.
20th-century sculptor; Stabiles (large stationary abstract pieces) and Mobiles (abstract pieces that move in the wind).
20th-century pop artist; Painted a modern version of Van Gogh's Bedroom at Arles; Derived some of his work from sources such as comic strips.
18th-19th century folk painter; Quaker religious beliefs; About 100 versions of the painting The Peaceable Kingdom.
19th-20th century Danish-American sculptor; Died just before completing the Mount Rushmore memorial.
20th-century artist; Stark, realistic paintings of New York City and New England expressing loneliness and isolation; Nighthawks; Cape Cod Evening.