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(1864-1942)
A native of Germany, Kaufmann studied in Paris under Benjamin Constant and Jean Paul Laurens
(1895-1982)
In 1923, she published a book, "Spontaneity in Design."
 
(1878-1949)
A founding member of the Colorado Artist's Guild, formed in 1928
 
(1904-1981)
As an artist and educator, Vance Kirkland almost single-handedly brought modern art to Denver
(1903-1996)
considered to be among America's master printmakers
 
(1875 - 1962)
Graduated with honors from the Art Institute of Chicago in 1900
 
(1896-1989)
Beginning her career as a commercial artist, Barbara Latham first travelled to Taos in 1925
(1889-1975)
He painted extensively in California and in the deserts of Arizona and Mexico
 
(1899-1991)
A prolific artist creating landscapes, abstract and still life paintings.
(1865-1940)
Alaska's preeminent early artist in residence
 
(1873-1939)
Instructed at the Broadmoor Academy (CSFAC) in the late 1920s and at the Kansas City Art Institute
(1870 - 1927)
Lived in Denver, Colorado and was mostly known for her representational oil paintings
 
(1844-1893)
A charter member of the Denver Art Club along with Charles Partridge Adams and Harvey Young
(1905-1983)
An American Scene painter; Lee studied with Ernest Lawson in 1929 prior to settling in Woodstock