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[[File:Church Aurora Borealis.jpg|thumb|left|''Aurora Borealis'' by [[Frederic Edwin Church]].]]
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Famous American Painters

It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see. — Henry David Thoreau.

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Thomas Moran Albert Bierstadt Sam Francis

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Mary Cassatt

Petite Gallery

The American masters through their artworks

Declaration of Independence by John Trumbull.

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Marsden Hartley, Blue bottle, oranges and lemons.

America is a blend of many different cultures. [1]

See also

Scene in the Canadian Rockies by Robert Scott Duncanson
Asher Durand, View near Rutland, 1827.
Aurora Borealis by Frederic Edwin Church.

External links

Christina's World by Andrew Wyeth.
Strawberries by Jacob Collins, 1998.


Rembrandt Peale, Boy from the Taylor Family, 1812.
  1. Seven Famous African-American Masters of American Art by Maxine E. Davis.

The New York Bouquet by Childe Hassam.
Suprematistic by László Moholy-Nagy.