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(1892-1944)
Known for his landscape paintings depicting Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California
(1894-1985)
In 1924, he accepted a position at Oklahoma State University, where he remained for 35 years
 
(1862-1929)
A founding member of the Ten American Painters group
(1861-1909)
Reputed to be America's most popular nineteenth century artist
 
(1902-1979)
He studied at the Art Students League during the early 1920's under John Sloan
(1876-1952)
In 1930, he moved to Colorado Springs and took a position at the Broadmoor Academy
 
(1861-1962)
e spent the year of 1900 in Arizona painting the Hopi Indians
(1885-1947)
Director of the Denver Art Museum, 1926-1930.
 
(1873 - 1966)
Studied in the early 1890s at the Corcoran School of Art
 
(1864 - 1926)
Legendary painter and sculptor of the American West
(1886-1953)
Co-Founder of Synchromism movement along with Stanton MacDonald-Wright