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(1917-1973)
French Artist most active during the 1940s
(1883-1947)
His paintings of the Southwest shaped the view of Western landscapes in the American imagination
 
(1895-1949)
Tonita Peña was the only woman in the earliest group of self-taught Pueblo painter
(1888-1957)
Studied at the Academie Julian in Paris
 
(1902-1971)
Her works reflect her interest in light, space, and mysticism
(1868 - 1956)
One of six founding members of the Taos Society of Artists, established in 1912
 
(1909-1992)
Her style was informed both by her Eastern European heritage and by her surroundings in New Mexico
(1899-1991)
A graduate of the University of Colorado, she is best known for her landscapes of the Boulder area
 
(1936-1982)
He earned a BA in Fine Arts as well as a Master's in Education from the University of Colorado
(1874-1956)
He and his wife founded the La Jolla Art Center
 
(1878 - 1960)
He purchased a ranch in the Colorado Rockies in 1918 where he painted mountain landscapes
(1875-1972)
famous for his lyric landscapes of the southern California deserts
 
(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