What painter created a series in the late 1940s called Little Images: grid-like structures filled with markings that look like symbols or letters, none larger than three feet?
What celebrated Pop artist gravitated toward what he would characterize as the “dumbest” or “worst” visual item he could find, and then go on to alter or improve it?
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What experimental artist, known for Abstract Figurative and Early Modern styles, was one of the first African-American artists working in California to achieve a national reputation?
What Quebec painter and sculptor was the only Canadian artist involved with the seminal post-World War II École de Paris (School of Paris)?
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To achieve accuracy in his enormous Raft of the Medusa, for which Eugène Delacroix posed as one of the figures, this painter used a model of the raft and carefully studied real cadavers.
This photographer was educated as a sociologist and was past thirty when he seriously took up photography; he saw the medium as a means of studying and describing the social conditions around him.
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Which American painter and graphic artist gained fame in the early thirties for a series of paintings on the trial of the anarchists Sacco and Vanzetti, beginning a career which constantly addressed various social and political causes?
Which New Deal arts program muralist intentionally manipulated the topography in his 1937 Pittsburgh Panorama for that city’s Federal Courthouse and Post Office so that the finished image would resemble a hammer and sickle?
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Although not the first person to attempt to catalog all the birds of America, for half a century this painter was the country’s dominant wildlife artist.
This French Romantic painter was also a renowned lithographer who illustrated works by Shakespeare, Goethe, Byron, and Scott.
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Which artist decided to start a domestic furnishing company along with the friends who assisted him in designing the interior of his own home?
What artist was initially drawn to music, but began exhibiting as a painter in 1909 in Amsterdam?
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What artist, who rose to fame with illustrations mocking the customs of French society during the Belle Époque, was also a painter, printmaker and draftsman?
What French-born American photographer built 4 customized telephoto lenses and 3 close-up cameras, with which he magnified the beauty and intricacies of the world?
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Lee Krasner (1908-1984)
Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)