|MacCameron, Robert Lee|
|MacCarthy, Christopher T.|
|MacChesney, Clara Taggart|
|MacDonald, Barry T.|
|MacDonald, James Wilson Alexander|
|Mace, Flora C.||
The first women to teach glassblowing at Pilchuk Glass School in Stanwood, Washington, Joey Kirkpatrick and Flora Mace met there in 1979 and began their collaboration, returning to the school each year as instructors or to work with other glass artists.
In 1919, at the age of ten, MacIver attended Saturday classes at the Art Students League in New York—her only formal instruction in painting. When she was twenty-five she married poet Lloyd Frankenberg and settled in Greenwich Village.
|Mack, Harry Francis|
|Mack, Warren Bryan|
|MacKinnon, Esther Blaikie|
|MacLaughlan, Donald Shaw|
MacMonnies specialized in Beaux-Arts sculpture, a creative adaptation of classical styles that lent an elevated tone to art without depriving it of titillating possibilities.
|MacNeil, Hermon A.||
Sculptor. Born and raised on his father's farm in Everett, Massachusetts, MacNeil supplemented art school in Boston with study in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and the Académie Julian.