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Eades, Luis
Luis Eades was a professor of painting at the University of Colorado at Boulder for thirty-eight years. In his work, he is giving expression to how he perceives the world around him.
Eager, Charles
Born in California on Nov. 16, 1880. After studying at the Mark Hopkins Art Institute, Eager worked in the art department of the San Francisco Chronicle in 1903-04. Abandoning his art career, he then worked for 50 years as a supervisor for the Dept of Interior.
Eagle, Ellen
A native of New York City, she studied at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League, as well as the California College of Arts and Crafts, where she received her Bachelors of Fine Arts degree.
Eakin, Marjorie
Born on Nov. 26, 1910 in San Francisco, CA into a pioneer family. Marjorie’s grandfather was an early St Helena vintner who had settled in Napa in 1850. At San Francisco State College she obtained a teacher's degree and a scholarship to the CSFA where she studied under Spencer Macky, Ralph Stackpole, and Diego Rivera.
Eakins, Susan
Susan Hannah MacDowell Eakins is not as well known as her husband, Thomas Eakins, the great American realist who was asked to resign from his teaching job at the Pennsylvania Academy for encouraging his women students to draw from the completely nude male model.
Eakins, Thomas
Born in Philadelphia, Thomas Eakins was a portrait and genre painter whom many regard as the father of modern realism in American Art. Embodying many of the ideals of advances in science, industry, and technology of his time, he was an avid student of science and anatomy, resulting in collisions with the moral boundaries of the Victorian era.
Eakle, James
James Eakle studied at the University of California 1939-1943, 1950 (MFA); California School of Fine Arts from 1947-1948 (BFA) under Clyfford Still, Mark Rothko, Ad Reinhart.
Ealy, Don
Don Ealy was a painter. He paintes in the grand tradition of the old masters, although he would have laughed at the comparison. In his painting there are no tricks, shortcuts or any pandering to the current fashions.
Eames, John
Born in Lowell, Massachusetts, July 19, 1900, and a graduate of Portland High School, John Heagan Eames spent the early part of his adult life traveling between Maine, New York and Europe. He returned yearly to Boothbay Harbor and for the past 30 years lived in Wiscasset.
Eardley, Cynthia
Cynthia Eardley's figurative sculptures have been shown in solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums nationwide, including the Monique Knowlton Gallery, Museum of South Texas, Huntsville Museum, New Museum of Contemporary Art, and most recently, Sideshow, Ceres, and Rhonda Schaller galleries (New York).
Earhart, John
Known as a Cincinnati landscape painter, wood engraver, designer, and printer, John Franklin Earhart was the son of George H. and Mary R. Earhart. He was born near Columbus (Franklin), Ohio, March 12, 1853, and raised on a farm in Reynoldsburgh (Franklin) Ohio.
Earl, Ella
Born in Mendocino, CA on March 20, 1860. Ella Ford married Senator Guy Earl in 1888. She studied in San Francisco with Wm Keith and at the Mark Hopkins Art Institute. Working in oil and watercolor, she produced coastals, landscapes, and scenes of the San Francisco Bay area. She died in Oakland, CA on May 14, 1945.
Earl, James
The brother of artist Ralph Earl, James Earl came to England before 1787, having followed a band of loyalists, former American Colonists who fled to London after the American Revolution. It is thought he was a student of Benjamin West. He exhibited at the Royal Academy in London and was a well-known Loyalist in London.
Earl, Maud
Known primarily for her paintings of dogs and other animals in Art Nouveau style, Maud Earl was English and came to the United States in 1916, settling in New York City. Earl studied painting with her father, George Earl, one of Britain's finest sporting and dog artists.
Earl, Ralph
A portrait painter, Ralph Earl was one of three-prominent southern New England portraitists who carried on the high standards set by John Singleton Copley (1738-1815).
Earle, Augustus
An itinerant artist, he traveled with Charles Darwin aboard the "Beagle" on Darwin's explorations and made detailed drawings in watercolor and pencil which he later worked into oil paintings. One of the areas he traveled in and later painted was New South Wales. (1793-1838)
Earle, Cornelia
Born in Huntsville, Alabama, Cornelia Earle was a landscape painter active in Columbia, South Carolina where she was an exhibiting member of the Art Association. No one knows of her death.
Earle, Eyvind
A designer, painter and illustrator, Eyvind Earle is noted for backgrounds he created for Disney classic films such as Sleeping Beauty and Lady and the Tramp. He also designed popular greeting cards that utilized more than 500 of his paintings.
Earle, Ferdinand
Born in New York on June 8, 1878. Earle was educated at Columbia and Oxford universities. His art studies were begun in Paris at Ecole des Beaux Arts, Académie Julian, and with James M. Whistler. Upon returning to the U.S. in 1901, he continued at the ASL in NYC. A poet, he published his first book of poems in 1910.
Earle, Lawrence
Lawrence Carmichael Earle was born on November 11, 1845 in New York City and died on November 20, 1921 in Grand Rapids, MI. Working in both oil and watercolor, he painted landscapes, genre, farm scenes, still lifes, murals, fish, butterflies, coastal scenes and portraits. (1845-1921)
Earley, Leo
Born 28th January 1925, Leo Earley was a graduate of National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland.
Early, Doyt
Born in Columbus Grove, OH on March 20, 1900. Early graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in architecture in 1925. He then bought a Model-T Ford and made his way to California. There he found work on the damaged Santa Barbara Mission.
Earnest, Faye
Faye Earnest, an accomplished artist represented throughout the United States, experienced the thrill of polo at Point Clear, Alabama. Excited by the flash of color and movement of organic shapes, she became involved in the aesthetic aspects of the sport.
Earnist, Florence
Painter. Born in Petaluma, CA on Nov. 6, 1890. Florence Reinhold studied at the CCAC (B.A.), ASL in NYC, and with John Sloan, Alesander Nepote, and Dana Bartlett. In 1913 she wed Lawrence C. Earnist and lived in Long Beach and Oakland into the 1950s. By 1962 she had moved to Tucson, AZ where she remained until her demise on Dec.
Earnshaw, Adele
A sixth-generation New Zealander, Adele Earnshaw was born in Hastings in 1949 and lived in Warkworth before immigrating with her family to the U.S. Her childhood in New Zealand has had a major influence on her work and choice of subject matter today.
Eary, William
Born in Maine on Dec. 13, 1843. Eary moved to San Francisco in 1868. He lived in Pasadena from 1887 until shortly before his death at the Odd Fellows Home near Saratoga, CA on Oct. 1, 1928. Exh: Mechanics' Inst. (SF), 1876.
Easker, Fred
Fred Easker was born in 1944 in Cedar Rapids, IA. He received his BA in 1967 and his MA in 1989, both degrees in Art Education from the University of Iowa. He taught art on the secondary level at the Linn-Mar Community Schools in Marion, IA, for seven years. He served as the Assistant Director at the Cedar Rapids Art Center from 1975-79.
Eason, J.R.
A sculptor of both realist and semi-abstract figurative pieces, J.R. Eason is a member of the Montana Professional Artist Association. In 1998, she won Best of Show, Artist Choice, in the Platte Valley Art Council Exhibits in Saratoga, Wyoming.
East, Pattie
Pattie Richardson East is known for her work as a muralist, graphic artists, fine art painter and teacher. She lived and worked in her career in Fort Worth, Texas. She was born in Hardesty, Oklahoma and lived for over eighty years in Fort Worth, Texas. East graduated from Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas.
Easterbrook, Nettie
Born in Westford, Connecticut on August 24, 1849, Nettie wed Daniel Easterbrook and by the 1890s had settled in Oakland. Many of her painting subjects indicate travel to Egypt and Italy at the turn of the century. Mrs. Easterbrook died at the Hotel Oakland on March 6, 1932.
Easterday, Sybil
Born in San Jose, CA on Nov. 9, 1876. When Sybil was a child, she moved nearby to a farm in Hayward. It was there that she had her first art lessons with neighbor, Juan B. Wandesforde. She then continued at the Mark Hopkins Institute under Mathews, Yelland, Joullin, and Tilden.
Eastman, Charlotte
Born in Norwichtown, Connecticut, Charlotte Eastman became an illustrator, educator, teacher and designer.
Eastman, Edward
Born in San Francisco, CA on April 6, 1858. Edward was the son and pupil of artist Harrison Eastman. The few landscapes he painted during the 1870s and 1880s appear to have burned in the 1906 earthquake and fire. Most of his life was spent as a resident of San Francisco where he worked as an electrician.
Eastman, Emily
Born in Vermont on Oct. 25, 1835, the daughter of Sophronia Smith and Isaac Eastman. Emily Eastman moved to California in 1856. She was a resident of San Francisco in 1869-86 and Alameda in 1904-11. She died at the Odd Fellows Home near Saratoga, CA on June 9, 1923.
Ebadi, Pejman
Pejman Ebadi was born in Tehran, Iran 1982, at the height of the Iran-Iraq war. At the age of two, his family fled the war stricken homeland to find refuge in France. At only four years old, Pejman’s father discovered his precocious gift for painting and encouraged him to express himself freely without any particular guidance.
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Edelman, Eric
Eric Edelman is a collagist and found-object sculptor living in New York City.
Edgerton, Harold
Dr. Harold Edgerton was born in Freemont, Nebraska on April 6, 1903. He was raised in Aurora, Nebraska, then entered the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1926. He died in 1990. Dr. Harold E. Edgerton, professor at MIT and inventor of the electronic flash, devoted his career to recording what the unaided eye cannot see.
Ehle, Michael
Michael Ehle (pronounced Ale, like the beer) was born in Salinas, California. His mother worked in a library and his father was a paint and wallpaper salesman as well as an amateur artist. After briefly attending community college, Ehle came to the Northwest to enroll in Bible College, as he intended to become a missionary.
Ehrmann, Gilles
Gilles Ehrmann (Born 1928, Metz - died 2005) Important Photographer known for portraits of Picasso. Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, Gilles Ehrmann se réfugie avec sa mère à Avignon, où il souvient de ses débuts au théâtre (il joue dans Werther et est figurant dans Carmen). De 1946 à 1949, il étudie à l’École nationale supérieure des Arts dé
Eichstaedt, rudolf
the artist is rudolf eichstaedt from berlin born at 1857 and died 1924 awards for the artist: in 1882 he received fo the painting the good samaritan the great state prize of the royal prussian academy of arts for a tow year stay in italy in 1894 he recived for the painting blucher recieves 1815 to genappe the capture medals,hat and swords of napo
Eichstaedt, Rudolf
Rudolf Eichstaedt (born April 20, 1857 in Berlin, † 1924) was a German genre, portrait and historical painter. He became famous for his painting Viktoria! - The Return of the Quadriga 1814. It represents the acclaimed collection of stolen by Napoleon and dar.
Portrait painter Ralph Eleaser Whiteside Earl is thought to have been born in 1788 in New York City.
Elgort, Arthur
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Elias, Sheila

Sheila Eilas is a contemporary American artist living and working in Miami.

Artist's statement,

"My work is about the layers of life and art history, seeking in it a connection between art aesthetics and social consciousness.

Eliasson, Olafur

Olafur Eliasson (born 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish-Icelandic artist known for sculptures and large-scale installation art employing elemental materials such as light, water, and air temperature to enhance the viewer’s experience.

Eliasson, Olafur

Olafur Eliasson (born 1967 in Copenhagen, Denmark) is a Danish-Icelandic artist.

Elizabeth, Adele
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Born in Pittsburgh, PA on Feb. 4, 1905. Kaiser studied at the Carnegie Institute and earned a master’s degree at the University of Pittsburgh. During 1927-28 she studied jewelry and drawing at the Long Island estate of Louis Comfort Tiffany. By the mid-1930s she had moved to San Diego.
Elliott, Caleb
My name is Caleb Elliott, owner and founder of Wx-Pilot.com. I am a husband, a father to three wonderful children, a commercial pilot, certified flight instructor, and photographer. I am also a storm chaser and weather enthusiast and have been fascinated by weather and its power from an early age.
Ellul, Jeremy
Jeremy Ellul's first memories in art go back to his early school days where even though he thoroughly enjoyed his art lessons, he found it difficult to execute what was asked of him. A considerable amount of time then passed until the early years of the new millennium. It was then following, a surf trip to St.
Elmgreen & Dragset, Michael and Ingar

Michael Elmgreen (born 1961; Copenhagen, Denmark) and Ingar Dragset (born 1968; Trondheim, Norway) are artist-collaborators since 1995 and their work explores the relationship between art, architecture and design.

Biography Emile Munier was born in Paris on June 2, 1840 and lived with his family at 66 rue des Fossés, St Marcel.
Emin, Tracey
Tracey Emin RA (Born 1963) The "Enfant Terrible" of Modern British art! Tracey Karima Emin RA (born 3 July 1963 in Croydon) is an English artist and part of the group known as Britartists or YBAs (Young British Artists). In 1997, her work Everyone I Have Ever Slept With 1963–1995, a tent appliquéd with names, was shown at Charles Saatchi's Sens
Emmerich, Hadassah
Hadassah Emmerich plays a discordant symphony of colonialised exoticism within compositions of schizophrenic painted foliage. A space where hyperreal mysticism enchants the viewer with a plethora of figures entangled in all consuming euphoria.
Engerbers, Everett

Everett Engbers has been involved with photography since the early 1970's when I learned darkroom technique while serving in the military. After attending a commercial photography school in New York I continued my studies after moving to the west coast attending a variety of workshops.

Enwright, J.J.
J.J. Enwright (pseudonym for Hjalmar "Cappy" Amundsen) He was born Caspar Hjalmar Emerson III in New York City in 1911, and in 1946 legally changed his name to Hjalmar Amundsen in honor of his great-uncle, explorer Roald Amundsen, who located the magnetic center of the South Pole the year his great-nephew was born.
Epstein, Mitch
EDUCATIONThe Cooper Union, NY, 1972-74
Rhode Island School of Design, RI, 1971-72
Union College, NY, 1970-71

Escobar, Juan
Juan Escobar’s work is based on the practice of representation and appropriation as a visual strategy to interpret relationships between the individual and the artwork in spaces of production and artistic exhibition. His projects explores the possibilities of painting and drawing as a media to build images that allows references identification of a
Essenhigh, Inka

Inka Essenhigh (born 1969 Bellefonte, Pennsylvania) is a painter based in New York.

 Artist Inka Essenhigh in New York City. Essenhigh studied at the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio (1991) and the School of Visual Arts in New York (1993).

Essick, Todd
Todd Gary Essick was raised in the Chicago area, spending summers in Ocean City, New Jersey and Winter breaks in South Florida, where he first became enchanted with the sea as a child. After moving to Florida he attended a commercial art school.
Estevez, Carlos
Estévez, Carlos (1969) Havana, Cuba Education 1992 Instituto Superior de Arte, La Habana, Cuba, 1991 Taller de Cine, Escuela Internacional de Cine y Televisión, La Habana, Cuba.
Estrella, Rebecca
A designer is only as good as the work he or she produces. It reflects on the quality of their thinking, as well as attention to aesthetics, functionality and execution of projects. When you Reach For Estrella, you reach for the stars that help you shine, that’s why Rebecca Estrella is proud of the work she has done in every medium.
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Evans, Leo
American Painter, Poet, peaceful and private man. Name: Leo Evans Born: February 20 1956 ~ Hollywood, California Attended: Manual Arts H.S.
Evergood, Philip
Philip Evergood was born in New York City on October 26, 1901. His father, an artist named Meyer Blashki, was an Australian Jew of Polish descent who had emigrated to the United States, but his mother was a member of a well-to-do Anglican family who was determined to have her son educated in her native England.
Eversley, Frederick

Frederick Eversley was born in Brooklyn in 1941. He originally worked in the engineering and aerospace industry before joining the artist community in Venice, California, in 1964.

Evgeny, Lushpin
Michangelo, DaVinci, Dutch Masters, Vermeer... They were all great painters of light. Visionairies who changed the way the world looked at art. And now, the torch has been passed.
EXPORT, VALIE
Valie Export (often written as 'VALIE EXPORT') (born May 17, 1940 in Linz as Waltraud Lehner, later Waltraud Hollinger) is an Austrian artist.
Ezawa, Kota

Kota Ezawa (German, born 1969) recontextualizes images from art history and popular culture in animated videos, slide projections, light boxes, collages, and works on paper. Ezawa believes that “it is more interesting to look at something you know than to look at something you don’t know.”