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|Ingham, Charles Cromwell|
Born in Battiest, Oklahoma, part of the Choctaw nation, Jerry Ingram attended the Institute of American Indian Arts in Sante Fe, New Mexico, before receiving a B.A. degree from Oklahoma State Technical Institute in 1966.
|Inman, John O'Brien|
George Inness was born in New York City and grew up on a farm in Newark, New Jersey. His minimal art training consisted of time spent with an itinerant artist, John Jesse Barker (who had studied with Thomas Sully), and a year's apprenticeship to a map engraver.
|Inness, George Jr.|
|Ipsen, Ernest L.|
|Irvin, Virginia Hendrickson|
|Isabey, Jean Baptiste|