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Current, William R.
Currey, Frances
Currier, Anne
Currier, J. Frank
Currier, Nathaniel
Curry, Alison B.
Curry, John Steuart

John Steuart Curry was born on a farm in Dunavant, Kansas, in 1897. He studied at the Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design in 1916, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago from 1916 to 1918, and Geneva College from 1918 to 1919.

Curtis, Edward S.
Curtis, George E.
Curtis, Marian
Curtis, Philip C.
Cusack, Eugene
Cushing, Lily
Cushing, Val

Val Cushing is a functional potter, a firm adherent of the wheelthrown, utilitarian vessel. Unlike many of his peers, he has not rejected function in favor of more purely sculptural concerns.

Cushman, Charlotte

After graduation from Smith College, Charlotte Cushman studied art with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown, Massachusetts, during the summers of 1929 and 1930.(1) She then spent a year at the school of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston and became friends with Eleanor De Laittre.

Custer, Bernadine
Custer, Edward L.
Cusumano, Stefano
Cuthbert, Amy
Cutler, Amy
Cutler, Robert
Czermanski, Zdzislaw
D'Achiardi, Pietro
D'Agostino, Vincent
D'Alessandro, Robert
D'Arcangelo, Allan
D'Arista, Robert
D'Arms, Edward F.
D'Oyly, Charles D.
D., H.
Dabo, Leon
Dagge, Ann
Dagnan-Bouveret, Pascal
Dahlgreen, Charles W.
Dailey, Dan
Dailey, Michael