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Born and raised in New Orleans, Jo Cain studied at the Chicago Academy of Art and with Kenneth Hayes Miller at the Art Students League in New York. He served as professor of art at the University of Rhode Island and was ultimately named chair of the department. Through the years, he painted a variety of subjects, but the vibrant street life of ... MORE

Chicago native Lyell Carr earned glowing accolades for paintings that accurately and charmingly portrayed life in the South at the close of the nineteenth century. Several works, including Opossum Snout, Plantation Picked, The Cracker's Daughter, and A Shower in the Blue Ridge, are the product of ... MORE

Born in St. Mary's County, Maryland, George Cooke showed a youthful interest in art, but first attempted various unsuccessful business endeavors, before teaching himself to paint by copying other portraits. He began his itinerant career in 1821, based principally in Washington, DC, while traveling to Richmond, Virginia and Montgomery, ... MORE