1934 / Pencil, watercolor, and ink on paper / 18”x20 1/5” / Created under the Public Works of Art Project
Published as part of “Boulder Dam in Color: A Portfolio of Watercolors” in the May 1934 issue of Fortune magazine
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1826 / Oil on canvas / 50 1/4”x64” / Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
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1886 / Oil on canvas / 18.3”x15.1” / Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (Vincent van Gogh Foundation)
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1895 / Lithograph / 18”x12.5” / The British Museum, London
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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