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Ingham, Charlesnotes
Charles Ingham was born in Dublin in 1796, where he became a pupil of William C., a portrait painter known for his likenesses of female subjects. Following four years of study with C., Ingham adopted his master's specialty. Thus, when he left Ireland and moved to New York in 1816, he soon became known as that city's premier "ladies' painter." The...
1797 - 1863Anonymous05/17/2012
Inman, Henrynotes
Henry Inman's father was an English-born brewer who settled near Utica, New York, and it was there that the future artist was born in 1801, raised, and educated. Aside from primary schooling, Inman also received some artistic instruction in his native town from an itinerant portrait painter. After the family moved to New York City in 1812, he...
1801 - 1846Anonymous12/22/2012
Inman, John O'Briennotes
Portraitist and genre painter John O'Brien Inman was the son of painter Henry Inman. Although his reputation has been overshadowed by that of his father, the younger Inman had a successful artistic career.  Born in 1828 in New York City, Inman studied under his father, who painted landscapes and miniatures, as well as portraits and genre scenes....
1828 -  1896Anonymous02/10/2012
Inness, Georgenotes
George Inness (May 1, 1825 -August 3, 1894) was an American landscape painter; born in Newburgh, New York; died at Bridge of Allan in Scotland. His work was influenced, in turn, by that of the old masters, the Hudson River school, the Barbizon school, and, finally, by the theology of Emanuel Swedenborg, whose spiritualism found vivid expression in...
1825 - 1894Anonymous06/08/2012
Irvine, Wilson Henrynotes
Wilson Henry Irvine (28 February 1869-1936) was a master American Impressionist landscape painter. Although most closely associated with the Old Lyme, Connecticut art colony headed by Florence Griswold, Irvine spent his early career near Chicago, a product of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Irvine also painted across Western Europe —...
1869 - 1936Anonymous05/17/2012
Isham, Samuelnotes
Samuel Isham (1855–1914) was an American portrait and figure painter, born in New York. He graduated from Yale in 1875 and studied law, but after being admitted to the bar he turned to art and studied in Paris at the Académie Julian. He exhibited at both Paris salons and at the larger American exhibitions, and became a member of the...
1855 -  1914Anonymous12/23/2012
Ives, Lewis Thomas 1833 -  1894Anonymous04/05/2012
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