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

 

Louis Prang from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Louis Prang from Wikipedia

Bela Pratt from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Bela Lyon Pratt from Wikipedia

David Foster Pratt from Wikipedia

Henry Cheever Pratt from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by named authors) also see Henry Cheever Pratt from Texas State Historical Association

Lorus Pratt from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Lorus Bishop Pratt from Wikipedia

Matthew Pratt from American Art Gallery

Edith Prellwitz from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Edith Mitchill Prellwitz from The New York Times

Henry Prellwitz from The New York Times

Charles Prendergast from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

John Prendergast from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see John Prendergast from Wikipedia

Maurice Brazil Prendergast from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Levi Wells Prentice from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Levi Wells Prentice from Questroyal Fine Art, LLC.

T. Merrill Prentice from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist

May Wilson Preston  from Wikipedia

Gregorio Prestopino from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist also see Gregorio Prestopino from Wikipedia

Charles Preuss  from Wikipedia

C. S. Price from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Eleanor Richards Price from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)

Elizabeth Freedley Price  from Wikipedia

Margaret Price from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)) also see Margaret Evans Price from Wikipedia

M. Elizabeth Price from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)  also see M. Elizabeth Price  from Wikipedia

Samuel Woodson Price from Wikipedia

Sarah Frances "Sadie" Price from Kentucky Women Artists

Susanna Martin Price from The Rose Valley Historical Society

Walter F. Price from The Rose Valley Historical Society

William Lightfoot Price from The Rose Valley Historical Society

Paul C. Prince from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

William Meade Prince from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see William Meade Prince from Lambiek

William Matthew Prior from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see William Matthew Prior from Antiques and Fine Art Magazine

George Thompson Pritchard from Artistic Gallery

Alexander Phimister Proctor from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Alexander Phimister Proctor from Wikipedia

Burt Proctor from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Burt Proctor from George Stern Fine Arts

Nancy Elizabeth Prophet from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Nancy Elizabeth Prophet from Wikipedia

Wilfrid Provan from California Watercolor Gallery

Clark Provins from Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Hallie Pace Prow from Fine Estate Art

Herbert Pullinger from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

John Pusey from Museum of Nebraska Art

Hovsep Pushman from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Hanson Duvall Puthuff from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Hanson Duvall Puthuff from Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Arthur Putnam from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author, also see Arthur Putnam from Wikipedia

Arion Putnam from California-Art.com

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

Sarah [Sally] Gool Putnam from Geni, Inc.

Aaron Pyle from Museum of Nebraska Art

Ellen B. T. Pyle from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Howard Pyle from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

 

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