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.

 



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Emilio Caballero from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Edward Clarke Cabot from Wikipedia

Giuseppe Cadenasso from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Giuseppe Leone Cadenasso  from Trotter Galleries, Inc.

Paul Cadmus from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author) also see Paul Cadmus from Wikipedia

Emma Jane Cady from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Emma Jane Cady from Wikipedia

Henry Newell Cady from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Henry Newell Cady from Galerie Gabrie

Harrison Cady from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author) Walter Harrison Cady from Wikipedia

William V. Cahill from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see William V. Cahill from Laguna Art Museum

Charles Drew Cahoon from Bedford Fine Art Gallery

Martha Cahoon from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see Martha Cahoon from Wikipedia

Ralph Cahoon from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Ralph Cahoon from Wikipedia

Letterio Calapai from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Letterio Calapai from Wikipedia

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

A. Stirling Calder from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Alexander Stirling Calder from Wikipedia

Thelma Davis Calhoun from Online Nevada Encyclopedia

Isaac Henry Caliga from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Isaac Henry Caliga fromVose Galleries

Richard "Dick" Calkins from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Richard "Dick" Calkins from Lambiek

Harry Callahan from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Kenneth Callahan from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Kenneth Callahan from HistoryLink.org

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

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

Burton Callicott from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Burton Harry Callicott from Wikipedia

Ebenezer Calvert from Tennessee Historical Society

Peter Ross Calvert from Tennessee Historical Society

Nicolino V. Calyo from Schwarz Gallery

Cameron from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Cameron (Marjorie Cameron Parsons Kimmel) from Cameron Parsons Foundation

Edgar Spier Cameron from Archives of American Art; also see A Guide to Chicago's Murals, By Mary Lackritz Gray. Contributor Franz Schulze. Published by University of Chicago Press, 2001. ISBN 0226305961, 9780226305967. 520 pages. page 6; also see page 421.

Evelyn Cameron from Wikipedia

James Cameron from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see James Cameron from Tennessee Historical Society

William Ross Cameron from Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Margaret Camfferman from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Margaret Camfferman from Women Painters of Washington

Peter Camfferman from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Peter Camfferman from South Whidbey Record

Albert H. Campbell from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Albert H. Campbell from Linda Hall Library

Blendon Reed Campbell from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Blendon Reed Campbell from Vose Galleries

Frances S. Campbell from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Rose L. Campbell from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Thomas Campbell from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Thomas Campbell from Case Antiques

Richard Henry (Dick) Campiglio from The Annex Galleries

John S. Candelario from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Milton Caniff from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Milton Arthur Paul Caniff from Wikipedia

Jennie Vennerström Cannon from Resource Library document text (mainly dedicated to this artist by a named author)

T. C. Cannon from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author) also see Tommy Wayne Cannon from Wikipedia

Shelly Terman Canton from Shelly Canton Art Registry

Cornell Capa from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Cornell Capa from Wikipedia

Robert Capa from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Robert Cole Caples from California Desert Art

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

Charles Merrick Capps from Annex Galleries Fine Prints

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

Frederick Carder from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see Frederick Carder from Wikipedia

V. J. Cariani from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Varaldo J. (V.J.) Cariani from Fine Estate Art

Katharine Augusta Carl from Wikipedia

Arthur B. Carles from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see Arthur Beecher Carles from Wikipedia

Anne Carleton from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

John Carlin from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see John Carlin from Questroyal Fine Art

Eleanor M. Carlisle from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Soren Emil Carlsen from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Soren Emil Carlsen from Wikipedia

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

Brents Carlton from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Brents Carlton from Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

William Tolman Carlton from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see William Tolman Carlton from Dorchester Atheneum

Jae Carmichael from Los Angeles Times

Johann H. Carmiencke from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Johann Hermann Carmiencke from Schwarz Gallery

Philip K. Carnine from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Ella K. (Baldwin) Carpenter from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Frank Bicknell Carpenter from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Francis Bicknell Carpenter from Wikipedia

Louise M. Carpenter from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Miles B. Carpenter from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Miles B. Carpenter from Miles B. Carpenter Museum of Folk Art

Samuel S. Carr from Wikipedia

Otis M. Carrington from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author,

Marion Carry from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Ben Carré from California Watercolor Gallery

Eduardo Carrillo from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Caroline Carson from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Caroline Carson from The University of South Carolina Press

Frank Carson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Frank Carson from Provincetown Artist Registry

Lin Carte from Tampa Bay Times

Clarence Holbrook Carter from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Clarence Holbrook Carter from Wikipedia

Dennis Malone Carter from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Dennis Malone Carter from Wikipedia

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

Rebecca Carter from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Rebecca Carter from Self-Taught Genius

Robert Carter from RIT Libraries, Rochester Institute of Technology

Isabel Branson Cartwright from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Isabel Branson Cartwright from HL Chalfant

Solomon N. Carvalho from J. Willard Marriott Library

Roscoe Carver from California Watercolor Gallery

Evelyn Rumsey Cary also see Evelyn Rumsey Cary from Chuck LaChiusa

William De La Montagne Cary from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see William De La Montagne Cary from Josh Hardy Galleries

Richard Case from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Richard Hunter Case from David Saunders

Victor Casenelli from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Victor Cassenelli from Artists of Old Florida

John William Casilear from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see John William Casilear from Wikipedia

Frank Cassara from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Frank Cassara from New Deal Stories

Mary Cassatt from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

R.H. Cassens from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Gerald Ira Diamond Cassidy from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Gerald Cassidy from Wikipedia

Federico Castellón from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Federico Castellón from Wikipedia

Eda Nemoeda Casterton from Wikipedia

James Castle from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see James Charles Castle from Wikipedia

George Castleden from KnowLA

Mark Catesby from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Mark Catesby from Wikipedia

Edward M. Catich from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Elizabeth Catlett from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

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

Harvey Caylor from Texas State Historical Association

 

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