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1897 – Albright was born in North Harvey, Illinois on February 20, 1897. 1907 – Went to study at The Art Institute of Chicago. 1917 – Attended Northwestern University and transferred at University of Illinois where he studied architecture. 1941 – His painting titled That Which I Should Have Done I Did Not Do (The ..

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1897 – Born in Chicago, Illinois. An American painter and sculptor, both Ivan Le Lorraine Albright and his twin brother Malvin Marr Albright became artists. 1923 – He graduated from The Art Institute of Chicago. 1940 – Albright had painted several impressionistic landscapes using a loose, broken brushwork. 1954 – Married Cornelia Fairbanks Poole Ericourt, ..

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1856 – John White Alexander was born in Allegheny, Pennsylvania on the 7th of October. 1868 – He became a telegraph boy in Pittsburgh. 1875 – He became a political cartoonist and illustrator for Harper’s Weekly in New York. 1877 – Alexander went to Paris for his first formal art training and enrolled at Kunstakademie ..

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1888 – Born on the 19th of March in Bottrop, Westphalia (Germany). 1920 – He studied art in Berlin, Essen, and Munich before enrolling as a student at the prestigious Weimar Bauhaus. 1922 – He began teaching in the preliminary course of the Department of Design. 1925 – He was promoted as a Professor of ..

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1667 – Agricola was born in Regensburg, Germany on November 5, 1667. 1687 – Spent his life travelling England, Netherlands and France. Painted landscapes that are considered a very skiilful way of presenting the different phases of climate. 2.7 / 5 (..

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1852 – Born on the 1st of April in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1871 – He was staff at Harpers by the time he was 19. 1878 – He moved to England 1890 – He completed murals for the Boston Public Library. 1898 – He was made a full member of the Royal Academy. 1902 – He ..

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1760 – Born in Leicestershire, the son of a clergyman, Lemuel Abbot (English clergyman and poet) and and his               wife Mary. 1775 – He became a pupil of Francis Hayman (and English painter and illustrator) and lived in London. 1800 – He became insane when he was about 40 and was attended by Dr. ..

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