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(1887-1979)
The decade of the twenties was the first in which Dasburg's art focused on Taos and Santa Fe
(1887-1964)
Davey worked closely with Robert Henri and exhibited with him at the 1913 NY Armory Show
 
(1895-1968)
Instructed at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center (Broadmoor Academy) in 1941 and 1942
(1890-1972)
He first visited the West in 1919 where he found work as a hand on a Colorado Ranch
 
(1906-1990)
His art contributed to the sunny mystique of southern California in the popular imagination. His
(1895-1961)
His paintings are in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Brooklyn Museum.
 
(1875-1946)
He spent the majority of his career painting desert landscapes and skyscapes in the Southwestern US
(1904-1987)
A member of the Dallas Nine, Dozier also spent quite a bit of time working in Colorado
 
(1899-1989)
She became the first student to receive a masters of fine arts from the University of Iowa
(1899-1985)
Educated by the foremost artists of the Bauhaus, Drewes arrived in the US in the early 1930s
 
(1904-1994)
A member of the Colorado 15 and President of the Denver Artists Guild
(1901-1986)
Studied at the California School of Fine Arts as well as the Art Students League in New York
 
(1847-1884)
First visited Denver in 1866 and spent much of the rest of his life painting the American West.
(1897-1985)
in 1921 he established "Los Cinco Pintores" one of Santa Fe's earliest artists groups
 
(1879-1963)
In 1922 he moved to southern California and made a living painting the sea and land of the region
(1905-1996)
A graduate from Missouri University, she also attended Kansas City Art Institute