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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z
(1890-1973)
One of the first 20-century artists to exhibit a non-objective painting
(1878-1970)
Studied at the Art Students League in New York under Birge Harrison
 
(1916-1993)
A native of Colorado, she studied at the Broadmoor Academy in Colorado Springs
(1916-1952)
An accomplished muralist and easel painter, her career was cut short by an early death
 
(b. 1946)
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Texas
(1912-1998)
After attending Rutgers, she continued her training at the Art Student's League in New York
 
(1896-1978)
It was teaching that brought Mangravite west to Colorado during 1937 and 1938
 
(1914-2010)
studied at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center under Boardman Robinson
 
(1904-1979)
He served as an artist war correspondent for Life Magazine during WWII
(1918-2013)
At eleven years old, she won a first prize for drawing at a competition of the St. Louis Art Museum
 
(1890-1972)
He played a distinctive role in the development of American modernism
(1897 - 1995)
Born 1897 in the small ranching community of Sargents in southwestern Colorado
 
(1904-1946)
Studied at the University of Denver (1923-24) and then at the Art Institute of Chicago (1924-25.)
(1905-1990)
Studied and taught at the Kansas City Art Institute.