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D., H.
D'Achiardi, Pietro
D'Agostino, Vincent
D'Alessandro, Robert
D'Arcangelo, Allan
D'Arista, Robert
D'Arms, Edward F.
D'Oyly, Charles D.
Dabo, Leon
Dagge, Ann
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal
Dahlgreen, Charles W.
Dailey, Dan
Dailey, Michael
Daingerfield, Elliott

Daingerfield grew up in Fayetteville, North Carolina, where his family moved when he was two years old. In 1880 he went to New York, where he studied briefly with Walter Satterlee and exhibited for the first time at the National Academy of Design.

Dale, James
Daley, William

William Daley was born in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. A major figure in American studio ceramics, he began his art career on the G.I. Bill after World War II, earning a B.S. degree at the Massachusetts College of Art and an M.A. degree at Columbia University.

Dalgleish, Barry

Dalgleish, who graduated in 1972 from the Maryland Institute College of Art and received an M.F.A. from Rochester Institute of Technology, has taught for the past ten years at various colleges and universities in upstate New York.

Dallin, Cyrus E.

Born in Springville, Utah, surrounded by the vast prairies of the West. Dallin's beginnings seem far removed from the Anglo settlement of New England.

Dallmann, Daniel
Dalrymple, J.
Dalström, Gustaf Oscar
Dalton, J.
Dalton, Peter
Dame, George
Damer, Jack
Damianakes, Cleo
Damon, Matilda
Danby, Francis
Danchuk, George A.
Dane, Robert
Danforth, Moseley Isaac
Daniel, Lewis C.
Daniell, George
Daniels, Bartow G.
Danko, Peter