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Artists

Artists You Need to Know!!!

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Blue Period, Cubism, "Three Musicians", "Old Guitarist", "Guernica" Picasso
Renaissance Italy, inventor, "Mona Lisa", "The Last Supper" DaVinci
Dutch, high contrast paintings, "The Night Watch" Rembrandt
French impressionist, nature scenes, "Water Lilies" Monet
American abstract, "drip" technique, "action painting" Pollock
Renaissance Italy painter and sculptor, Sistine Chapel, "The Last Judgement", "Pieta", "David" Michelangelo
French impressionist, Tahitian/Polynesian influence Gauguin
Dutch, suffered from depression, "Starry Night" Van Gogh
Norwegian, "The Scream" Munch
American pop art, studio called "The Factory", Campbell's Soup Cans, Marilyns Warhol
Russian surrealist, "I and the Village", "America" windows Chagall
American daily life, Civil War era, "Snap the Whip" Homer
English portraits, "The Blue Boy" Gainsborough
Mexican surrealist, "Self Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird" Kahlo
French impressionist, ballerinas, "The Dance Class" Degas
French, pointillism, "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" Seurat
Spanish surrealist, "Persistence of Memory" Dali
French impressionist, "The Luncheon of the Boating Party" Renoir
American, "Arrangement in Gray and Black No. 1, the Artist's Mother" Whistler
American, Southwestern art, skulls and flowers O'Keeffe
American, women and children, "The Child's Bath" Cassatt
American realist, "Nighthawks" Hopper
American presidents Stuart
Russian abstract, "In Blue" Kandinsky
Belgian surrealist, everyday objects in odd situations, "Time Transfixed Magritte
Renaissance Italy, "Birth of Venus", "Primavera" Botticelli
American sculptor, kinetic art, "Flamingo" Calder
Italian sculptor, Roman fountains, "Fountain of the Four Rivers" Bernini
French sculptor, Statue of Liberty Bartholdi
American sculptor, Abraham Lincoln statue at Lincoln Memorial French
American sculptor, Mount Rushmore, Stone Mountain Borglum
British architect, St. Paul's Cathedral (London) Wren
Chinese architect, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (Cleveland), Glass Pyramid (Louvre Museum) Pei
American architect, "Prairie" style, Fallingwater Wright
Finnish architect, Dulles Airport (DC), Gateway Arch Saarinen
American architect, "Father of the Skyscraper", Wainwright Building Sullivan
American photographer, Yosemite, Manzanar, "El Capitan" Adams
American photographer, Depression era, Manzanar, "Migrant Mother" Lange
American photographer, WWII, Pulitzer Prize winner, "Raising of the Flag on Iwo Jima" Rosenthal
American photographer, celebrities, Rolling Stone magazine Leibowitz
American photographer, Civil War era, Abraham Lincoln Brady
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