For historically important artists whose last name begins with the letter 'B'.
Displays the works of one of the Swedish masters of Neo-impressionism and Cézanne-style cubism. [English and French]
James Smalls' scholarly article Slavery is a Woman: "Race," Gender, and Visuality in Marie Benoist's Portrait d'une négresse (1800).
Educational site about the work and life of Boston artist Hyman Bloom. Bloom was a highly regarded artist whom Pollack and De Kooning considered to be America’s first abstract expressionist.
American Abstract Expressionist painter. Biography, reproductions, exhibitions, essays, chronology, bibliography and publications.
Biographical information on the Victorian landscape artist (1811-1865). Site also includes a selection of high-resolution images of his work.
Abstract painter and professor of art at the University of Oklahoma. Includes biography and portfolio.
The official site concerning the life and work of the 20th century visual artist.
Early 20th century Impressionist style. Includes biography, excerpts from her letters, and sample gallery of her works.
Includes a selection of paintings depicting domestic Victorian scenes often involving children at play, biographical information and resources on Victorian art.
Information on the American painter, presented by the National Museum of Women in the Arts. Includes a brief biographical sketch of Brownscombe, a selected bibliography of related monographs and articles, and the image of "Love's Young Dream."
Document describing the life and art of the Italian-American artist.
Brief introduction to the life of the Florentine Renaissance architect, sculptor and painter.
Information about the American artist including a biography, details about buying and selling his work, and images of his paintings.
Biographical information and a selection of images for this leading artist of the Modernism movement.
This project is done with the collaboration and support of the descendant of artists' family.
Biography of the Florentine painter as recorded by Giorgio Vasari.
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