America's Distinguished Artists

a national registry of historic artists

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Deceased American artists and artisans of note who created representational art are indexed in this catalogue by last name in alphabetical order. There are references to Resource Library texts and those from other sites. Click on letters below to access the alphabetical index.

 



 

Paa-Par

Pas-Paz

Pea-Per

Pes-Piz

Pla-Poz

Pra-Pyz

 

Leon Pescheret from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) alse see Leon Rene Pescheret from The Museum of Wisconsin Art

Carl William Peters from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see Carl William Peters from University of Rochester Libraries

Charles Rollo Peters from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Charles Rollo Peters from Laguna Art Museum

Carl William Peterson from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Jane Peterson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Jane C. Peterson from Questroyal Fine Art, LLC.

Roger Tory Peterson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Roger Tory Peterson from Wikipedia

John F. Peto from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see John Frederick Peto from Wikipedia

Richard Petterson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Richard B. Petterson from Pilgrim Place

Lucy T. Pettway from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Lucy T. Pettway from Souls Grown Deep Foundation

Frederick Augustus Ferdinand Pettrich from Wikipedia

George Petty from Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr

Frank Charles Peyraud from Illinois Historical Art Project and Author: Nancy Peyraud

Sarah Gaines Peyton from Betty Lyn Parker and Susan Knoer

Peter S. Pezzati from Wikipedia

Heinrich Pfeiffer from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Heinrich Pfeiffer (a.k.a. Harry Pfeiffer) from The Johnson Collection

Jean Jacques Pfister from Artists of Old Florida

Helen Watson Phelps from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Helen Watson Phelps from K. L. Nichols

Nan Phelps from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Nan Phelps from Wikipedia

William Preston Phelps from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see William Preston Phelps from Wikipedia

Ammi Phillips from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Ammi Phillips from Wikipedia

Bert Geer Phillips from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Bert Geer Phillips from Wikipedia

Claire Dooner Phillips from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Claire Dooner Phillips from Andrew L. Christenson

C. Coles Phillips from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see C. Coles Phillips from Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr

James March Phillips from California Watercolor Gallery

Marguerita Phillips from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)

Marjorie Acker Phillips from The Phillips Collection

Pansy (Wilcoxson) Phillips from Betty Lyn Parker and Susan Knoer

J. Dexter Phinney from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)

George Phippen from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Gottardo Fidele Piazzoni from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist ) also see Gottardo Fidele Piazzoni from Wikipedia

Joseph Pickett from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Joseph Pickett from James A. Michener Art Museum

Attilio Piccirilli from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Attilio Piccirilli from Wikipedia

Giuseppe Piccirilli from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Giuseppe Piccirilli from Wikipedia

George W. Picknell from Gerald Peters Gallery

William Lamb Picknell from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Ernest A. Pickup from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist ) also see Ernest A. Pickup from Wikipedia

Anne Honsley Pierce  from San Diego History Center

Charles Franklin Pierce from Town of Sharon

Elijah Pierce from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Elijah Pierce from Columbus State Community College

Lucy V. Pierce from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Minerva Dorinda Pierce from Online Nevada Encyclopedia

Captain William Pierie from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Captain William Pierie from Brooklyn Museum

Pauline H. Pierson from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Victor Pierson from KnowLA Encyclopedia of Louisiana

Marion Pike from Marion Wesson Studio

Charles Adrian Pillars from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Charles Adrian Pillars from Wikipedia

Robert Edge Pine from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Robert Edge Pine from Wikipedia

Marianna Pineda from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Marianna Pineda from Wikipedia

Eunice Pinney from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Eunice Pinney from Fenimore Art Museum

Salvatore Pinto from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Salvatore Pinto from Schwarz Gallery

Richard Pionk from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Richard Cletus Pionk from Wikipedia

Jane Piper from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Natt Piper from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Horace Pippin from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist ) also see Horace Pippin from Wikipedia

Emile M. Pissis from Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Emily H. Pitchford from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Caroline W. Pitkin from K. L. Nichols

Hobson Pittman from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Hobson Pittman from NCpedia

Henry C. Pitz from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist ) also see Henry Clarence Pitz from Wikipedia

 

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