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Thomas Hart Benton
Thomas Hart Benton
painter of murals who focused on depicting "real people and real activities as seen wherever they may occur"

George Caleb Bingham
George Caleb Bingham
painter known for his depictions of life on and along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, landscapes, and scenes related to the democratic process

John Steuart Curry
John Steuart Curry
painter known for his realistic depictions of rural midwestern scenes

Winslow Homer
Winslow Homer
painter of subjects ranging from the Civil War to scenes of rural and idyllic life to African-Americans, the sea, and nature

Charles Willson Peale
Charles Willson Peale
painter of many of the most prominent Americans of his day

Charles Marion Russell
Charles Marion Russell
producer of about 4,000 works in his lifetime (split fairly even between paintings and bronze sculptures)

John Singer Sargent
John Singer Sargent
painter of two U.S. Presidents, the aristocracy of Europe, business tycoons from around the world, gypsies, tramps, and street children

Gilbert Charles Stuart
Gilbert Charles Stuart
painter of two of the most well-known portraits of George Washington

John Trumbull
John Trumbull
painter of scenes from the Revolutionary War period

James Abbott McNeill Whistler
James Abbott McNeill Whistler
the only American artist to have a work on display in the Louvre

Grant Wood
Grant Wood
founder of the Stone City Art Colony and School

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