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(1891-1981)
Resided in Pueblo, CO, where he was the founding head of the Pueblo Junior College Art Department
(1897-1973)
An instructor of lithography and etching at the Broadmoor Academy
 
(1885-1951)
A Colorado rancher turned artist, Bartlett worked as a commercial and fine artist
(1881-1971)
A longtime New Mexico resident and prolific painter and print maker
 
(1879-1956)
President of the Art Student's League and full member of the National Academy of Design
(1889-1975)
One of the best known muralists associated with the American Scene Painting movement
 
(b. 1941)
Los Angeles based artist working in mixed media
(1905-1988)
Western landscape painter and muralist, son of Oscar Edmund Berninghaus
 
(1885-1973)
Instrumental in founding of the Works Progress Administration, he taught at the Broadmoor Academy
(1895-1976)
In Taos, Bisttram opened the area's first commercial art gallery, the Heptagon Gallery
 
(1887 - 1938)
Best known for his colorful paintings depicting the landscape and people of New Mexico and Arizona
(1896-1968)
Longtime resident of Woodstock, NY, Blanch also taught at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
 
(1809-1893)
best known for the watercolors created during a trup up the Missouri River in 1833-4
 
(1879 - 1947)
His paintings express the unique qualities he found in New Mexico, Arizona and California