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Clark, Kate Freemannotes
Kate Freeman Clark was the daughter of Edward Clark, an attorney in Vicksburg, Mississippi and Cary Freeman Clark, a descendant of the politically prominent Walthall family of Holly Springs. Shortly after her father's death in 1885, she enrolled in the Gardiner Institute, a finishing school for girls. Exploring the art section of the World Columbian...
1875 - 1957Anonymous04/18/2013
Champney, Benjaminnotes
Benjamin Champney (November 20, 1817[1] – December 11, 1907) was a painter whose name has become synonymous with White Mountain art of the 19th century. He began his training as a lithographer under celebrated marine artist Fitz Henry Lane at Pendleton's Lithography shop in Boston. Most art historians consider him the founder of the "North Conway...
1817 - 1907Anonymous01/05/2013
Copley, John Singletonnotes
John Singleton Copley (1738[1] – 1815) was an American painter, born presumably in Boston, Massachusetts, and a son of Richard and Mary Singleton Copley, both Irish. He is famous for his portrait paintings of important figures in colonial New England, depicting in particular middle-class subjects. His paintings were innovative in their tendency to...
1738 - 1815Anonymous12/27/2012
Custer, Edward L.notes
Edward L. Custer was a portrait, animal, and landscape painter.  He was born in Basel, Switzerland, on January 24, 1837.  Custer came to the United States in 1846 or 1847 with his family at about the age of ten, living first in Syracuse, NY and later in Manchester, NH.  His father became a doctor while in Manchester.   He went to Germany to study...
1837 - 1881Anonymous12/25/2012
Craig, William C.notes
William C. Craig was born in Ireland in 1829.  Primarily a watercolorist, he came to the United States in 1863.  In 1866 he was one of the founding members of the American Society of Painters in Water Colors along with William Hart and Samuel Colman.  He painted mostly in the northeast in the style of the Hudson River School painters. He exhibited...
1829 - 1875Anonymous12/25/2012
Chandler, William Henry 1854 - 1928Anonymous12/23/2012
Clark, Alvannotes
Remembered widely for his pioneering work in optics and astronomy, Alvan Clark is less well known as an artist, although he is thought to have executed some 500 oil portraits and miniatures during his lifetime. Clark was born in in 1804 in Ashfield, Massachusetts, where he spent his early years on his father's farm, working at the family mill....
1804 - 1887Anonymous12/14/2012
Clarke, C. F. Born 19th centuryAnonymous12/05/2012
Carlson, John Fabian 1875 - 1945Anonymous10/21/2012
Carlisle, Mary Helen 1869 - 1925Anonymous10/13/2012
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