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Two Artists Painting

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Artists on WPA

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Who's Who on Artists of American Negro Artists Exhibit

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
A list of who's who of the artists featured in the American Negro Artists exhibit that opened on the ground floor of the U.S. National Museum Building on May 16, 1929. A traveling exhibition, the artwork was on display in Washington, DC, for twelve days. These artists, including Archibald Motley, Palmer Hayden, and Hale Woodruff, represented African American achievement and were the first representations of black life and culture that were partially controlled by African Americans themselves.

Moses Soyer and fellow artists

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 19 x 24 cm.

Identification on verso (handwritten): Artists working with Soyer on the W.P.A. Greenpaint Hoop Murals. Friedlands Studio, March 1935. Jacob Friedland, Moses Gley, Moses Soyer, James Penney, Leonard Pytlak, Paul Lipschutz

Artists in Alma Reed's Apartment

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 13 x 18 cm.

On verso: With Alma Reed in her New York Apt. Year 1932?...Miguel Mingoh, Luis Alsina, Juan Sanbrá, Miguel Vilarich, Enrique F. Gual, Fernando Texidos.

Ward Lockwood and artists' models

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Shows Lockwood playing with a baby seated on a woman's lap. Both the woman and baby were models for his mural, Consolidation of the West (completed 1937).
Item is a copy print.

Ward Lockwood with artists' models

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 26 x 21 cm. Shows Lockwood talking to a woman with a baby in her lap, both models for his mural, Consolidation of the West (completed 1937).
Item is a copy print.

Portrait of eight American artists.

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; image 16 x 19 on board 23 x 26 cm.

Identification on front (handwritten): Page -1885; Ames - 1872; Durand - 1886; Quinn Ward - 1910; George Fuller Artist - 1884; H.K. Brown Sculptor - 1886; Gifford - 1880. Pictured left to right: unidentified man, George Fuller, William Page, Henry Kirke Brown, Joseph A. Ames, Asher B. Durand, John Quincy Adams Ward and Sanford Robinson Gifford (seated).

Artists of Park Place Gallery

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 21 x 26 cm.

From left to right: David Novros, Robert Grosvenor, Peter Forakis, Ed Ruda (in white on step), Anthony Magar, Tamara Melcher, Forrest Myers, Dean Fleming, Leo Valledor.

Formal group portrait of artists

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 23 x 18 cm.

Pictured are: Herbert Adams, Wayman Adams, Karl Anderson, Gifford Beal, George Elmer Browne, Alexander Stirling Calder, John F. Carlson, Charles S. Chapman, Arthur S. Covey, Jerry Farnsworth, Arthur Folinsbee, John F. Folinsbee, William J. Glackens, Albert L. Groll, Howard Logan Hildebrandt, Charles Hopkinson, William G. Jewett, Paul King, Jonas Lie, Georg J. Lober, Paul Manship, Edward McCartan, Robert H. Nisbet, Leopold Seyffert, Irving R. Wiles, Andrew Winter and Erza Winter. Photographed by Peter A. Juley & Son. Photo is autographed by most of the people pictured. It is unclear what the occasion for the photograph is.

Artists in Exile

National Portrait Gallery

Artists experiment with glassblowing

Archives of American Art
Clipping : 1 p. ; 38 x 24 cm.

Clipping concerning Littleton's glass-blowing ventures at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.

Flag-Waving Artists

Smithsonian Magazine

Calling All Artists!

National Portrait Gallery
Installation of the Portrait Competition

Barbizon School Artists

National Museum of American History
Stephen James Ferris etched this group portrait The Barbizon School: Seven French Artists as a frontispiece for the auction catalog of works from the J. C. Runkle collection, sold in New York in March 1883. Artists of the Barbizon School, named after a rural village in France near which many of them worked outdoors, specialized in realistic landscapes and animal paintings. Samuel P. Avery had arranged the sale and the catalog, which was illustrated with fifteen etchings by four American etchers. This print marks the first time that an auction catalog contained an original etching, as opposed to the usual reproductive etchings. The New York Times gave a favorable review of Ferris’s print.

Artists of Renown

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Ukiyo-e Artists

Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

Artists' Party with Otto Bacher

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print on album page : b&w ; 8 x 11 cm. on board 18 x 24 cm.

Each of the four images is 8 x 11cm.

Artists in Oklahoma - a handbook

Smithsonian Libraries

Continuum 12 Artists

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Online exhibition presenting new work by contemporary Native artists. Represents diverse media including painting, sculpture, prints, photography, video, and installation pieces. Includes essays on the artists and online galleries of their work.

When Artists Became Soldiers and Soldiers Became Artists

Smithsonian Magazine
A rare opportunity to see works by the American Expeditionary Force's World War I illustration corps, and newly found underground soldier carvings

SUCCM: Artists' Community Workshops with Local Indigenous Artists

National Museum of the American Indian
In 2014, the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum in Ignacio, Colorado, coordinated a series of community workshops for local Indigenous artists. Part of the National Museum of the American Indian's Artist Leadership Program for Museums and Cultural Organizations, the workshops were led by Conrad Thompson (Southern Ute), Morningstar Tapia (Pojoaque), Patrick Tso (Navajo), and Esther Belin (Navajo). Workshop topics included painting mini hand drums, collage as a medium for self-expression, creating ledger drawings that evoke the goodness in life, and a working together to write a series of linked poems called renga. Video produced and directed by Avatu-napach (Tallas Cantsee). To learn more about the Artist Leadership Program, see /http://americanindian.si.edu/conn…/artist-leadership-program.

The Silvermine Guild of Artists

Archives of American Art
Exhibition Catalog : 32 p. ; 23 x 17 cm.

Catalog for the season of 1927.

Artists Around a Table

National Portrait Gallery
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