America's Distinguished Artists

a national registry of historic artists

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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Acee Blue Eagle from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Acee Blue Eagle from Wikipedia

Susan Macdowell Eakins from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist) also see Susan Hannah Macdowell Eakins from Wikipedia

Thomas Eakins from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

 

(above: Thomas Eakins, The Agnew Clinic, 1889, 84.2 x 118.1 inches, Philadelphia Museum of Art. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

Aditional paintings by Thomas Eakins

 

Charles Eames from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Charles Eames from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ray Eames from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Ray Eames from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ralph Earl from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Ralph Earl from Worcester Art Museum

 

(above: Ralph Earl (American, 1751-1801). Marinus Willett, ca. 1791, Oil on canvas, 91 1/4 x 56 inches. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Bequest of George Willett Van Nest, 1916 (17.87.1). Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

 

Eyvind Earle from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Eyvind Earle from Wikipedia

Lawrence C. Earle from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Lawrence Carmichael Earle from wellswooster.com

Emily Eastman from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Emily Eastman from Wikipedia

Harrison Eastman from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Harrison Eastman from Library, University of California, Berkeley; and Art of the Gold Rush, By Janice Tolhurst Driesbach, Harvey Jones, Katherine Church Holland, Oakland Museum, Crocker Art Museum, National Museum of American Art (U.S.). Published by University of California Press, 1998. ISBN 0520214323, 9780520214323 148 pages. Page 121

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

 

(above: Seth Eastman, Buffalo Hunt, c. 1848, oil on canvas, 25 x 35.1 inches, Cincinnati Art Museum, promised gift. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

Additional paintings by Seth Eastman

 

William Joseph Eastman from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Charles Warren Eaton from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Charles Warren Eaton from Wikipedia

Charles Ebert from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Charles Ebert  from U.S. Department of State

Mary Roberts Ebert from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

Kerr Eby from Resource Library essay (dedicated solely to this artist by a named author)

Oliver Tarbell Eddy from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Oliver Tarbell Eddy from Schwarz Gallery

Alice Righter Edmiston from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author)

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

 

(above: Francis William Edmonds, Barking Up the Wrong Tree, c. 1850-1855, oil on canvas, 16 x 20.2 inches, Birmingham Museum of Art, 1989.124. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*) Wikimedia Commons says: "A scene by Francis William Edmonds depicting an older suitor unsuccessfully wooing a younger woman."

 

(above:  Francis William Edmonds, All Talk and No Work, c. 1855-56, oil on canvas, 24 x 19.8 inches, Brooklyn Museum, 51.108. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

 

George Mountain Edmondson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see George Mountain Edmondson from Google Books: A History of Cleveland, Ohio: Biographical, Samuel Peter Orth. S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, 1910 - Cleveland (Ohio), page 1004

George William Edmondson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

William John Edmonson from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist)

William Edmondson from Resource Library article (dedicated solely to this artist)

Alexander Edouart from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Alexander Edouart from ArchiveGrid

Ethel Edwards from Resource Library article (not solely dedicated to this artist) also see Ethel Edwards  from Wikipedi

George Wharton Edwards from Resource Library essay (not solely dedicated to this artist by a named author) also see George Wharton Edwards from Pierce Galleries

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

 

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