Artists

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Crump, Carolyn
Crump, Walter
Crupi, Jennifer
Cruz, Emilio

Born 1938, New York City; studied Art Students League of New York with Edwin Dickinson, George Grosz, Frank J. Reilly; John Hay Whitney Foundation Fellowship, 1964–1965; Cintas Foundation Fellowship, 1965–66.

Cruz, Manuel
Cuellar, Rodolfo O.
Cuevas, Jose Luis
Cullen, William L.
Culler, Rene
Culver, Charles
Culverhouse, Johann Mongles
Culverwell, David T.
Cumming, Donigan
Cumming, Robert

Robert Cumming revealed an early talent for art when he won a drawing contest sponsored Boston Sunday Herald. The prize was one dollar. In 1965 Cumming earned a B.F.A. degree at the Massachusetts College of Art, and two years later received his M.F.A. at the University of Illinois.

Cummings, E. E.
Cummings, Frank E.

Frank E. Cummings III is a Professor of Fine Arts at California State University, Fullerton, where he received his MA in 1971. He also served as Associate Dean of the School of the Arts at CSU from 1982 to 1993.

Cummings, Linda
Cummings, Michael
Cummings, Thomas Seir
Cummings, Willard W.
Cunning, John
Cunningham, Ben
Cunningham, Earl

Earl Cunningham was born on a farm in Edgecomb, Maine, near Boothbay Harbor in 1893. He left home at 13 and supported himself as a tinker and a peddler.

Cunningham, Imogen

Cunningham posed for this portrait at the age of thirty-two, with her new husband, Roi Partridge, tripping the camera's shutter.

Cunningham, Kathleen McEnery
Cunningham, Patricia
Cuno, Theodore
Cupoli, James
Curran, Charles C.

Born in Kentucky, studied in Paris, lived mostly in New York City. Fashionable painter who won many prizes and sold many paintings to museums and collectors.

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.