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Jean Honore Fragonard
 
Fragonard, Jean Honore

Fragonard preferred to paint lighthearted, erotic pictures for private clients.  He only exhibited at the Salon twice.  His cheerful canvases reinvigorated the Rococo style. He painted mythology, gallantry, landscape, and portraiture, often signing his works Frago. more 


Franzen Franzen
 
Franzen, Franzen

Sorry, biographical information is not currently available for artist Franzen Franzen. more 


John Frieberg
 
Frieberg, John

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist John Frieberg. more 


Fredrick Carl Frieseke
 
Frieseke, Fredrick Carl

Despite the proximity to Monet, Frieseke’s paintings of large, rounded women display closer ties to the work of Auguste Renoir. more 


Corbert Gauthier
 
Gauthier, Corbert

Gauthier believes that art should touch the viewer with its immediacy, drawing us to a sense of the profound. His favorite medium is oil because of its richness and versatility. Using a variety of glazes, he creates luminous scenes that glow with warmth and emotion. more 


Berthold Genzmer
 
Genzmer, Berthold

Sorry, biographical information is not available at this time for artist Genzmer Berthold. more 


Jean-Leon Gerome
 
Gerome, Jean-Leon

Gérôme's highly finished mythology and history paintings were painstakingly rendered, often melodramatic, and frequently erotic. For the last twenty-five years of his life, he concentrated on sculpture. more 


Joanne Graham
 
Graham, Joanne

Joanne Graham was born in Petaluma, California. She has always been interested in art and her blossoming talent was apparent and acknowledged very early in her childhood. By the time she entered high school she had developed her own unique style. Her technique has earned the praise of artists and layman alike, as Joanne does not use brushes. Joanne's lifelike portraits of people and wildlife subjects are painted using her fingers as her only tools. more 


Francis Guy
 
Guy, Francis

Baltimore where he painted a series of murals and was commissioned to paint country estates.  He lived the last part of his life in Brooklyn, and left behind over 400 works. more 


William Hahn
 
Hahn, William

As a student in Dusseldorf, Hahn became friends with William Keith and followed him first to Boston in 1869 and in 1872 to San Francisco where they shared a studio. There he became a painter of animal, interior, still life, and genre scenes including the crowded alleys of Chinatown. more 


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