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Ames, Irene
Amézcua, Consuelo González

Consuelo "Chelo" González Amézcua was a self-taught artist born in Piedras Negras, Mexico, in 1903. She immigrated to the United States in 1913.

Amienom, M. J.
Amino, Leo

Leo Amino—born in Taiwan in 1911 where his father was an agricultural consultant for the Japanese government—was reared in Tokyo. In 1929, he immigrated to the United States and studied at San Mateo Junior College in California for two years and, later, at New York University.

Amos, Emma
Anastasi, August Paul Charles
Anaya, Tobias
Anchel, Harold
Ancona, Victor
Anderegg, Wesley
Andersen, Mary
Andersen, Steven
Anderson, Alexander
Anderson, Anne
Anderson, Carlos
Anderson, Dan
Anderson, Doug
Anderson, Guy
Anderson, Jeremy
Anderson, Karl
Anderson, Ruthadell
Anderson, Stanley
Anderson, Stephen
Anderson, Walter
Andre, Carl
Andreasen-Lindborg, Ingeborg
Andreson, Laura
Andrews, Benny
Andrews, Eliphalet Fraser

Born June 11, 1835, in Steubenville, Ohio. Graduated from Marietta College, Ohio. Married Emma Stewart, 1857. Studied with Lüdwig Knaus and Heinrich Mücke in Düsseldorf, 1859–63, and with Léon Bonnat in Paris, 1863. In Steubenville, 1863–76.

Andrews, J. Robert
Andrews, Joseph
Andrews, Stephen
Andrus, Vera
Angel, Rifka
Angela, Emilio
Angier, Roswell