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(1888-1966)
Known for his landscapes, seascapes, street scenes, and desert scenes of California
(1912-1984)
A native of Russia, he was active in the Los Angeles art community
 
(1897-1972)
A student of Oscar Van Young, Ejnar Hansen, and studied in Spain prior to settling in the US
(1891-1979)
Best known for her volume of photographs published in the book, "The Enduring Navajo"
 
(1919-2007)
Studied with Jean Charlot and Emerson Woelffer at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
(1924-2012)
He and Vance Kirkland, are the only Denver artists who painted in the Op Art style during the 1960s
 
(1878-1932)
Long time resident of Wyoming, he is best known for his Cowboy subjects
(1932-2005)
Raised on a Navajo reservation, he attended Northern Arizona University
 
(1873-1946)
A charter member of the Denver Artists Guild, he studied under Robert Henri and John F Carlson
 
(1948-1990)
His paintings are in the permanent collections of the University of Indiana and Boston University
(1876 - 1949)
A painter and illustrator, he began illustration work for the Denver Post in 1902
 
(1866 - 1952)
Known for his images of the Southwest, particularly of New Mexico, the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone
 
(1869-1950)
A life-member of the Broadmoor Art Academy, he also served as President of the Board of the CSFAC