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Richard Norris Brooke
 
Brooke, Richard Norris

Richard Norris Brooke, a native of Warrenton, Virginia, established a reputation in the 1880s as a painter of Negro subjects. more 


Sameul Marsden Brooks
 
Brooks, Sameul Marsden

log cabin near what was the newly founded town of Chicago.  Young Samuel found himself at seventeen far from any center for the study of art.  His first training consisted of observing itinerant artists who traveled the frontier in those days painting portraits. In 1841, he paid a Chicago artist for some painting instruction, the only formal training he was ever to have. more 


John Carmichael
 
Carmichael, John

John Wilson Carmichael (sometimes mistakenly listed as James) was a highly esteemed marine painter from the north of England whose pictures enjoyed immense popularity during his lifetime. more 


Reid Christie
 
Christie, Reid

Composition, design and lighting are integral in my work.  I want my paintings to be never ending symphonies through which the viewer's eye keeps moving and never leaving. more 


Frederic Edwin Church
 
Church, Frederic Edwin

Church’s works were dramatic Hudson River-style paintings of the unspoiled landscape, often heroic and “lit from within” suggesting the presence of a higher power. more 


Fredric Edwin Church
 
Church, Fredric Edwin

Church’s works were dramatic Hudson River-style paintings of the unspoiled landscape, often heroic and “lit from within” suggesting the presence of a higher power. more 


Robert Cleminson
 
Cleminson, Robert

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist Robert Cleminson. more 


Carole Coffman
 
Coffman, Carole

Carole was a self-taught fine arts oil portrait and wildlife artist. She painted her first oil painting when she was 15. In the early 1970s she entered her artwork in The National Wildlife and Western Art Show in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota. She won first place in her division and received national recognition and an invitation to spend a summer painting in Paris, France.
 
Later, she traveled with her husband to Charolais cattle shows to show her artwork while Harvey competed in show cattle competition. Carole's original artwork was sold at art galleries in Sun Valley, Idaho, Park City, Utah and other regional galleries to collectors and investors. Today her artwork can be found throughout the nation in homes, corporate and private collections and in other countries throughout the world. 
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John Cogan
 
Cogan, John

“Painting is an attempt by the artist to capture the created world on canvas.” John Cogan tries to do that very thing, painting the landscapes and wildlife of the American West in a unique style that has become known throughout New Mexico and the Southwest. more 


Thomas Cole
 
Cole, Thomas

Thomas Cole has long been known as the founder of the Hudson River School of landscape painting. more 


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