America's Distinguished Artists

a national registry of historic artists

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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.

 



 

Aaa-Ajz

Aka-Alz

Ama-Anz

Aoa-Arz

Asa-Azz

 

Jacques Guillaume Lucien Amans from Know Louisiana

Joseph M. Amarotico from James A. Michener Art Museum

Edmond Amateis from Wikipedia

Irving Amen from The Annex Galleries

Alexander (Asa) Ames from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Asa Ames from American Folk Art Museum

Arthur Ames from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Arthur and Jean Goodwin Ames from Archives of American Art

Ezra Ames from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Ezra Ames from New York State Museum

Jean Goodwin Ames from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Arthur and Jean Goodwin Ames from Archives of American Art

Joseph Alexander Ames from Wikipedia

May Ames from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Lydia May Ames from Encyclopedia of Cleveland History

Consuelo ("Chelo") González Amezcua from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Consuelo González Amezcua from Texas State Historical Association

Robert Wesley Amick from J. Mark Sublette, Medicine Man Gallery, Inc.

Eulala Amos from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Eulala Amos from Georgia Museum of Art

Richard Amundsen from The Meadowlark Gallery

Leon Amyx from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author) also see Leon Amyx  from Leon K. Amyx Estate

Spero Anargyros from SFGate

Abraham Archibald Anderson from Wikipedia

Allen Anderson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist also see Allen Gustav Anderson from Pulp Artists

Carl Anderson from Lambiek

Carlos Anderson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Carlos J. Anderson from J. Willard Marriott Library

David H. Anderson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Donald Myers Anderson from The Annex Galleries

Ethel Fulton Anderson from Resource Library biography dedicated to this artist by a named author

Franklin Anderson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)  also see Franklin Anderson from Bedford Fine Art Gallery

Franklin Euray Anderson from Deseret News

Frank Hartley Anderson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Frank Hartley Anderson from Annex Galleries

Harry Anderson from Jim Vadeboncoeur Jr

H. S. "Andy" Anderson from Wikipedia

James McConnell Anderson from Jean Bragg Gallery of Southern Art

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

Ruth Bernice Anderson from Fine Estate Art

Tennessee Mitchell Anderson from Illinois Historical Art Project

Walter Anderson from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Giovanni Andrei from FONDERIA USA

Laura Andreson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Laura Andreson from The Marks Project

Ambrose Andrews from American, Victorian Art History

Eliphalet Frazer Andrews from Wikipedia

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

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

Alfred James Andriola from The Annex Galleries

James Roman Andrus from J. Willard Marriott Library

Anthony Angarola from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Anthony Angarola from Historical Art Project and Authors: Richard Angarola (1920-2008), Connie Poore, Joel Drye

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

Zoray Andrus from Online Nevada Encyclopedia

Rifka Angel from Bernard Friedman

Boris Anisfeld from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Boris Anisfeld from Historical Art Project and Author:Joseph Brandesky, Professor of Theatre & Associate Director of the Center for Slavic & East European Studies, The Ohio State University

Thomas Anshutz from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see Thomas Pollock Anshutz from Wikipedia

Garo Antreasian from Fine Estate Art

 

Return to TFAO's:

TFAO wishes to express appreciation to Jay Phillips for his audit of this page and recommendations for improved links. If you are interested in volunteering to analyze other Distinguished Artist Series pages please see adding new artists and studying current links within Catalogue and database management.

Links to sources of information outside of our web site are provided only as referrals for your further consideration. Please use due diligence in judging the quality of information contained in these and all other web sites. Information from linked sources may be inaccurate or out of date. TFAO neither recommends or endorses these referenced organizations. Although TFAO includes links to other web sites, it takes no responsibility for the content or information contained on those other sites, nor exerts any editorial or other control over them. For more information on evaluating web pages see TFAO's General Resources section in Online Resources for Collectors and Students of Art History. Individual pages in this catalogue will be amended as TFAO adds content, corrects errors and reorganizes sections for improved readability. Refreshing or reloading pages enables readers to view the latest updates.


Search Resource Library for thousands of articles and essays on American art.

Copyright 2009-2019 Traditional Fine Arts Organization, Inc., an Arizona nonprofit corporation. All rights reserved.