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(1906-1994)
A progressive artist who's contribution to the Santa Fe art community was invaluable
(1856-1934)
He spent winters in Los Angeles and made many painting excursions to the High Sierra's
 
(1893-1963)
Studied at the Minneapolis Art Institute, Art Students League, and Broadmoor Art Academy
(1906-1991)
Studied at the Art Student's League in New York under Boardman Robinson
 
(1902-1978)
An artist and author and long time resident of Colorado Springs, Colorado
(1907-1989)
A native of Germany and long time resident of New Mexico
 
(1909-1992)
An accomplished printmaker/lithographer, Neal moved from a modernist style to Op Art
(1899-1959)
Her work was defined by vivid colors and the juxtaposition of landscape and plant life
 
(1878-1955)
When he moved to Santa Fe in 1919, his work reflected a dramatic change in subject matter
 
(1885-1958)
A longtime resident of Boulder, Colorado, Page is best known for his mountain and desert landscapes
 
(1926-1984)
Chethlahe translates as "Little turtle who cries at night"
(1906-1987)
Studied with Boardman Robinson, Thomas Hart Benton, and Kenneth Hayes Miller at the ASL
 
(1883-1952)
A Self-taught photographer who relocated to New Mexico around 1910
(1866-1943)
Served as the first director of the Museum of New Mexico