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(1869-1950)
A life-member of the Broadmoor Art Academy, he also served as President of the Board of the CSFAC
 
Known for large format black and white photographs of the American Landscape
 
(1859-1936)
Active in Colorado and California 1880s through the early 20th century
(1881-1963)
One of her paintings of South Boulder Canyon was purchased as a gift to President Eisenhower.
 
(1877-1943)
Studied at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and taught at the Academy of Fine Arts, Chicago
(1886-1956)
He moved to New Mexico in 1917 where he was elected to membership in the Taos Society of Artists
 
(1898-1966)
He was commissioned by the WPA to paint murals in what is now the National Maritime Museum
 
(1888-1958)
An accomplished western painter and illustrator
 
(1871-1955)
A self-taught lithographer who began his career working for Currier and Ives
(1882-1966)
Best known for his landscapes of Oklahoma, he also painted widely throughought the western US
 
(1890-1968)
attended Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas where he studied under Birger Sandzen