NameInfoYearsUpdated byDate
Lindsay, Thomas Corwinnotes
Lindsay was know as a landscape and animal painter, although he was also known to have done portraits.  He resided in Cincinnati, OH and was active from 1860  He studied in Dusseldorf in the 1860s.  Lindsay exhibited at the Cincinnati Industrial Exposition (1870-1883), Pogue's (1875), and the Art Institute of Chicago (1896).  His works are in the...
1845 - 1907Anonymous12/27/2012
Lillie, John 1867 - 1944Anonymous12/24/2012
Lewis, Edmund Darchnotes
Edmund Darch Lewis (October 17, 1835 - August 12, 1910) was an American landscape painter known for his prolific style and marine oils and watercolors. Lewis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in a well-to-do family. He started training at age 15 with German-born Paul Weber (1823–1916) of the Hudson River School.[1] At age 19 he exhibited at the...
1835 - 1910Anonymous12/22/2012
Loop, Henry Augustus 1831 - 1895Anonymous11/13/2012
Lever, Hayley 1876 - 1958Anonymous10/18/2012
Lippincott, Williamnotes
Born in Philadelphia, William Henry Lippincott was a painter of interiors, portraits, landscapes, figure and genre scenes, who eventually settled in New York City and taught at the National Academy of Design. He was also noted as a painter of set designs including for "La Boheme" and "Salambo", and as an illustrator. Lippincott attended the...
1849 -  1920Anonymous10/13/2012
La Farge, Johnnotes
John La Farge (March 31, 1835 – November 14, 1910) was an American painter, muralist, stained glass window maker, decorator, and writer. Biography LaFarge was born in New York City to wealthy French parents and was raised bilingually.[1] His interest in art began during his training at Mount St. Mary's University[2] and St. John's College (now...
1835 - 1910Anonymous06/08/2012
Lazarus, Jacob Hart 1822 - 1891Anonymous06/04/2012
Lane, Fitz Hughnotes
Fitz Henry Lane (born Nathaniel Rogers Lane, also known as Fitz Hugh Lane) (December 19, 1804 – August 14, 1865) was an American painter and printmaker of a style that would later be called Luminism, for its use of pervasive light. Biography Fitz Henry Lane was born on December 19, 1804, in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Lane was...
1804 - 1865Anonymous06/04/2012
Lambdin, George Cochrannotes
Born in Pittsburgh on January 6, 1830 and the son of James Lambdin. In the late 1830’s his family moved to Philadelphia and by 1849 George was exhibiting his first works at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In 1850 the family move to Germantown, just north of Philadelphia, and it was here that they would remain. George traveled to Europe to...
1830 - 1896Anonymous05/18/2012
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