Influenced by the Spanish masters, especially Francisco de Goya, this artist painted a tragic view of urban life in early 20th Century Madrid.
This artist turned to sculpture initially as a diversion, but soon discovered it to be his natural medium and devoted himself entirely to it.
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What artist died in the explosion of the Delft gunpowder magazine, which may have also destroyed much of his work?
What artist first trained as a painter but from about 1922 devoted himself primarily to sculpture?
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What artist created nearly four thousand lithographs, in addition to his paintings, drawings, watercolors, and sculptures?
What sculptor and furniture designer first worked in France and Italy as a pastry cook?
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Which founding member of the Impressionist movement ceased to exhibit with the group after 1877?
The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 1872 offered which artist an unusual opportunity to exercise his plein-air skills in a series of oil sketches from the slopes of the volcano?
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What artist’s most admired works were seascapes capturing the look and feel of masses of onrushing and receding water?
What artist is often credited with having created the first example of Pop Art?
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This artist introduced his nonobjective, geometric Suprematist paintings at the 0.10: The Last Futurist Exhibition in Petrograd in 1915.
This American artist associated with the Pop Art movement worked in painting, collage and sculpture.
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Which artist established the Peale Museum in Baltimore, later turning over management to his brother and moving to New York City?
Which artist, famous for his macabre illustrations, loved soap operas?
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By the time of the 1867 Exposition Universelle, this artist had established his reputation as both a history painter and a genre painter.
Although this artist was based in London, many of his public sculptures are to be found in Wales.
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Although he ultimately gave up music for photography, what artist’s original intention was to be a professional musician?
What painter and engraver published Indigo Days (an autobiography) in 1957?
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