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(1896-1974)
Elected membership to the National Academy of Design in 1940
(1905-1990)
He studied at the National Academy of Design and at the Art Students League in New York
 
(1871-1954)
Sandzén first visited the Rocky Mountains of Colorado in 1908
(1871-1910)
Studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts & the Art Institute of Chicago.
 
(1839-1927)
He arrived in Northern California in the 1870's. Schafer was a regular exhibitor in San Francisco
(1903-1976)
Studied formally at the Albright Art School in his hometown of Buffalo, New York.
 
(1937-2005)
He changed Native American art forever, as a painter, sculptor, teacher, and mentor.
 
(1877-1972)
A successful illustrator specializing in trappers and American Indians
(1906 - 1992)
Studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and the Broadmoor Academy (CSFAC)
 
(1859-1953)
In 1883, he made his first trip west traveling to New Mexico, California, and the Columbia River
 
(1848-1929)
In 1900, he organized the opening exhibition of the gallery at Colorado College.
 
(1874 - 1956)
Studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the Broadmoor Art Academy with John Carlson
(1893-1977)
Studied under John E. Thompson at the Denver Academy of Fine and Applied Arts