NameInfoYearsUpdated byDate
Eakins, Thomasnotes
Thomas Cowperthwait Eakins (July 25, 1844 – June 25, 1916) was an American realist painter, photographer[2], sculptor, and fine arts educator. He is widely acknowledged to be one of the most important artists in American art history.[3][4] For the length of his professional career, from the early 1870s until his health began to fail some 40...
1844 - 1916Anonymous11/03/2013
Eldred, Lemuel D.notes
Lemuel D. Eldred had formal training in Paris but retained in his best pictures a planar, Yankee austerity that seems at times primitive, at times modern.  Born in Fairhaven, Massachusetts, he exhibited considerable artistic talent as a child.  With the support of his parents, he made his way to the Academie Julien and later embarked on a...
1848 - 1921Anonymous12/08/2012
Ehninger, John Whettennotes
John Whetten Ehninger (July 22, 1827 New York City - January 22, 1889 Saratoga, New York) was a United States painter and etcher. Biography He graduated from Columbia University in 1847. He was a pupil of Couture in Paris 1848-1849, and afterward studied at Düsseldorf and other art centres 1851-1852. Among his paintings, which include landscape...
1827 - 1889Anonymous10/20/2012
Eilshemius, Louis Michel 1864 - 1941Anonymous05/30/2012
Evans, De Scottnotes
De Scott Evans (March 28, 1847 – July 4, 1898) was an American painter known for working in a number of genres. Raised in Indiana, he spent much of his career in Ohio and then moved to New York City. His posthumous reputation is largely based on a number of trompe l'oeil still lifes that have been attributed to him. Life David Scott Evans was...
1847 - 1898Anonymous05/15/2012
Enneking, John J.notes
When Enneking was orphaned at the age of 16, he left his father's farm to live with an aunt.  His first art lessons, taken at Mount St. Mary's College in Cincinnati, were interrupted when he enlisted in the Union Army during the Civil War.  Severely wounded in action and discharged from service, Enneking eventually made his way to Boston to...
1841 - 1916Anonymous05/15/2012
English, Frank F.notes
Frank F. English (1854 - 1922) Frank F. English was born in Indiana in 1854. In the early 1880s, he studied for five years in the evening classes of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. His instructors included Thomas Eakins, James P. Kelly and Thomas Anshutz. However, English's reputation primarily rests with his outstanding facility as...
1854 -  1922Anonymous05/15/2012
Elliott, Charles Loringnotes
Charles Loring Elliott (1812–1868) was an American painter known for his portraits. He was active in central New York for 10 years as a young man, then in 1845 moved to New York City to pursue his career. He was elected to the National Academy of Design in 1846. Early life and education Elliott was born at Auburn, New York. His father was a...
1812 - 1868Anonymous05/15/2012
Elder, John Adamsnotes
Standing amid the soldiers' and civilians' graves in the Confederate Cemetery on Washington Avenue is a simple, elegant marker with the name "Elder" etched across its face. To the casual observer, this tombstone would probably blend in with the rest of the surroundings, but the seasoned art enthusiast or historian would recognize it as the final...
1833 -  1895Anonymous05/15/2012
Eglau, Max 1825 -  1900Anonymous05/15/2012
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