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Charles-Antoine Coypel
Coypel, Charles-Antoine

Charles-Antoine Coypel (July 11, 1694 – June 15, 1752), was a French painter, art commentator, and playwright. He lived in Paris. He was the son of the artist Antoine Coypel and grandson of Noël Coypel.

Charles-Antoine inherited his father’s design and painting duties as premier peintre du roi (First Painter to the King) at the French court when his father died in 1722. He became premier peintre du roi and director of the Académie Royale in 1747. He received a number of commissions for paintings for the Palais de Versailles, and worked for Madame de Pompadour, the king’s mistress. 

Jasper F. Cropsey
Cropsey, Jasper F.

Cropsey's work is known for its great sensitivity to water reflections and the effects of atmosphere. more 

Steven Davis
Davis, Steven

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist Steven Davis. more 

Carol Decker
Decker, Carol

Carol Decker, nationally renowned self-taught artist, conservationist, educator, and award winner, resides with her husband in the foothills of the Kittatinny Mountains and forests of northwestern New Jersey. She has spent countless hours studying birds and animals in the field and a lifetime painting wildlife and its environment. 


Gregory Defouw
Defouw, Gregory

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist Gregory Defouw. more 

Jane Donovan
Donovan, Jane

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist Jane Donovan. more 

George Durrie
Durrie, George

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, George Durrie lived most of his life in New Haven and earned a reputation for rural landscape scenes, especially snow scenes, which he introduced as subject matter in American painting. more 

Charlie Dye
Dye, Charlie

"I cannot recall a time when I was not at home on horseback, or that I didn't portray the life I led with pen and pencil. I have always tried to paint what I can remember of a life before I became dishonest and studied art." more 

Gerald Farm
Farm, Gerald

Gerald Farm is an artist of distinctly American tradition whose work has earned him the honor of being dubbed “The Norman Rockwell of the West”. Born in Grand Island, Nebraska in 1935, Farm is a storyteller who paints Western nostalgia in oils. “I am a painter of the moods of people”, he explains, “and the story that is in them. more 

Ted J. Feeley
Feeley, Ted J.

T.J. Feeley is a contemporary western and wildlife artist. His newest creation, the Corner Bronze®™ , has inspired an innovative, unique, and creative composition. more 

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