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National Academy of Design

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  • He was well known as an artist by the time of this painting, and received in Europe as the celebrated founder in 1826 of the National Academy of Design in New York.

    Ushering the Old Masters Into the New World

  • Waitressing and modeling to earn her keep, she engaged in a passionate affair with one of her fellow students at the National Academy of Design, the dashing Russian aristocrat Igor Pantuhoff, who later became a successful society portraitist.

    A Painter in Her Own Right

  • In 1839 he was elected to associate membership in the prestigious National Academy of Design.

    Recalled From Obscurity

  • And after poking around, I now know that the second one (seen here on Gurney Journey) is the one that Pyle saw at the Pedestal Fund Art Loan Exhibition (a fundraiser for the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty) at the National Academy of Design in December 1883.

    Bastien-Lepage: Reinstating Nature

  • She studied art at the National Academy of Design, but turned to art history and criticism.

    Florence Nightingale Levy.

  • While in high school, at age fourteen, Edith took classes at the National Academy of Design after convincing the instructors she was really sixteen.

    Edith Gregor Halpert.

  • Gerson Leiber is an abstract expressionist painter and a member of the National Academy of Design.

    Judith Leiber.

  • From 1908 to 1910, she attended the National Academy of Design.

    Dorothea Litzinger.

  • The poem was singled out and printed in the Catalogue of the Pedestal Fund Art Loan Exhibition at the National Academy of Design because event organizers hoped it would “awaken to new enthusiasm” those working on behalf of the pedestal.

    Emma Lazarus.

  • Rockburne is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters and the National Academy of Design.

    Dorothea Rockburne �� Introducing Mathematics into 20th Century Optical Art

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