The Pach brothers, Gustavus, Gotthelf, and Oscar, operated one of the most successful photographic studios in New York City, with branches throughout the East Coast. Their business included individual and group portraits as well as school photography.
Artist, critic, teacher. Influenced by Henri Matisse, Jacques Villon, Pablo Picasso and Paul Cézanne, he worked in both oil and watercolor and did etchings.
|Packer, Francis H.|
|Paik, Nam June||
Nam June Paik (1932–2006), internationally recognized as the "Father of Video Art," created a large body of work including video sculptures, installations, performances, videotapes and television productions.
|Paik, Nam June (RELATED, Archive)|
|Palenske, Reinhold H.|
Albert Paley earned B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees at Tyler School of Art, Temple University, in 1966 and 1969 respectively.
|Palma, Giacomo, the younger|
|Palmer, Andrew W.|
|Palmer, Erastus Dow||
Unlike many of his contemporaries who studied in European academies, Palmer was self-taught, and enjoyed a successful career in Albany, New York. He chose not to depict themes of antiquity in his work. His art dealt instead with American concerns and his style was wholly his own.
|Palmer, Frances Flora Bond|
After graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied with Richard Merkin, Palmer spent two years in Peru with the Peace Corps.
|Palmer, Walter L.|
|Palmer, William C.||
Palmer took classes with Boardman Robinson and Kenneth Hayes Miller at the Art Students League and in the 1920s studied fresco at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
|Pantaleón, Reynaldo García|
|Paquet, Anthony C.|
|Paradise, J. W.|