|Audran I, Benoit|
|Audubon, John James|
|Audubon, John Woodhouse|
Ault was brought up in England and came late to an appreciation of his American origins. After training at University College School in London, the Slade School, and St. John's Wood School of Art, his painting style was described as an Anglicized version of impressionism.
Autio received a BA from Montana State University, an MFA from Washington State University, and a D.F.A. from the Maryland Institute of Art.
Milton Avery lived in and around Hartford, Connecticut, until 1925, when he moved to New York City. A factory worker as a young man, one day he saw an advertisement for a class in lettering at the Connecticut League of Art Students and enrolled.
|Avril, the Elder, Jean Jacques|
|Avy, Marius Joseph|
|Azaceta, Luis Cruz|
|Babcock, Jabez K.|
|Baca, Judith F.||
Judith Baca is a Chicana artist, professor, arts administrator, community leader, and social and cultural activist. She was the founder ad artistic director of the Social and Public Arts Resource Center in Venice, California.
|Bacener, Pío Casimiro|
Born in Garden Grove, California, Ralph Bacerra earned a B.A. degree in 1961 at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, where he studied with Vivika Heino, whom he later succeeded as chairman of the ceramics department.
|Bache, Martha Moffett|
|Bacher, Otto H.|
|Bachet, Clayton J.|