|Costigan, John E.||
Self-taught painter and printmaker. The locale for Costigan's best-known painting was his own farm in Orangeburg, N.Y.; the most frequent theme was life on the farm.
Robert Cottingham studied advertising and graphic design at Pratt Institute in New York from 1959 to 1963. Soon after graduating, he was employed as an art director at New York and Los Angeles advertising agencies, where he was involved with all aspects of design and production.
|Cotton, John W.|
|Coulter, Mary J.|
|Couse, Eanger Irving||
In 1886, after attending classes at the Art Institute of Chicago and Art Students League in New York, Couse went to Europe, where he remained for nearly ten years. While in Paris he studied with the academic master Adolphe Bouguereau and exhibited frequently at the Salon.
|Cousen, J. and Bartlett|
Mexican-born painter and draftsman. He created popular caricatures for Vanity Fair and the New Yorker and wrote and illustrated books on his travels.
|Cowan, Sarah Eakin|
|Cox, Charles Arthur|
Born in Ohio, studied in Paris, lived mostly in New York City. Painter who wrote extensively about art. His sensuous female nudes were beautifully rendered but were somewhat shocking to the public of his day; later he found wider acceptance as a creator of allegorical murals.
Born in San Francisco, lived in New York City. Painter who specialized in children's portraits, won several prizes.
Charles Sullivan, ed American Beauties: Women in Art and Literature (New York: Henry N. Abrams, Inc., in association with National Museum of American Art, 1993)
|Cox, W. A.|
|Crain, Darrell Clayton|