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This area will provide essentially a list of favorite links, with brief descriptions of each site. This may include personal websites of students or my favorite artists who have left an impact on the way I work or teach. It will also include important technical sites and favorite forums of s or other disciplines.Below are the artists who have inspired me.
 

 

 
 

VanLydenEngravesFeatherEvan Lindquist, /Engraver/Educator

At ASU, Lindquist taught printmaking, drawing, and honors classes. His teaching career spanned forty years until his retirement from ASU in 2003. That year, he was named Emeritus Professor of Art. In 2004, he received the Arkansas Governor's Lifetime Achievement Award as well as a Distinguished Alumni Award from Emporia State University. As of 2010, he continues to be active in the art world, creating prints in his private studio in Jonesboro. Some of his most noteworthy engravings include Albrecht Dürer Engraves His Initials, Claude Mellan Engraves a Self-Portrait, Carl, Conversations, Cosmos, Document, Dream III, Gravity, Survivor, The Lute, and Thought. His works are in the permanent collections of many prestigious institutions, including the Arkansas Arts Center; Albertina in Vienna, Austria; Uffizi in Florence, Italy; Dublin City Gallery in Dublin, Ireland; Reina Sophía in Madrid, Spain; Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; San Francisco Art Museum; Art Institute of Chicago; Boston Museum of Fine Arts; New Orleans Museum of Art; St. Louis Art Museum; and the Mississippi Museum of Art in Jackson, among many others/
 
 
 

peter milton websitePeter Milton

Peter Winslow Milton (born 1930) is an American artist. A creator of black and white etchings and engravings that often display an extraordinary degree of photo-realistic detail placed in the service of a truly visionary aesthetic, his themes include architecture, history, myth, and memory, their intersections and hidden juxtapositions. His pieces often compress long periods of time into a single moment, as in "Family Reunion" and "The Train from Munich." Peter Milton received his MFA from Yale University in 1961. His work has been exhibited in most major museums in the U.S. and Europe, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the British Museum and the Tate Gallery, London, and the Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris. Two major book-collections of his work have been published: The Primacy of Touch: The Drawings of Peter Milton (New York: Hudson Hills Press, 1993) and Peter Milton: Complete Prints 1960-1996 (San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1996). (source: Wikipedia)
 
 
 

Deborah Mae Broad WebsiteDeborah Mae Broad

Deborah Mae was born in Newport News, Virginia in 1954. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia and an Equitation Certificate from Southern Seminary Junior College in Buena Vista, Virginia. She studied printmaking with Byron McKeeby at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, where she received her Master of Fine arts in Printmaking in 1980. Deborah Mae taught printmaking and drawing at the college level until 2003 when she retired from Minnesota State University Moorhead in Moorhead Minnesota to be a full time artist. She maintains a studio (Prairie Press) on her farm in Hawley, Minnesota where she lives with her husband Byron, her mule Barfly, quarter horse Hog, and numerous rescued cats.
 
 
 

Goya WebsiteFrancisco De Goya y Lucientes

(March 30, 1746 - April 16, 1828)

Goya was born in Fuendetodos, Aragón, Spain, in 1746 to José Benito de Goya y Franque and Gracia de Lucientes y Salvador. He spent his childhood in Fuendetodos, where his family lived in a house bearing the family crest of his mother. His father earned his living as a gilder.He then relocated to Rome, where in 1771 he won second prize in a painting competition organized by the City of Parma. Later that year, he returned to Zaragoza and painted parts of the cupolas of the Basilica of the Pillar (including Adoration of the Name of God), a cycle of frescoes in the monastic church of the Charterhouse of Aula Dei, and the frescoes of the Sobradiel Palace. He studied with Francisco Bayeu y Subías and his painting began to show signs of the delicate tonalities for which he became famous. In 1789 he was made court painter to Charles IV and in 1799 he was appointed First Court Painter with a salary of 50,000 reales and 500 ducats for a coach. He painted the King and the Queen, royal family pictures, portraits of the Prince of the Peace and many other nobles. His portraits are notable for their disinclination to flatter, and in the case of Charles IV of Spain and His Family, the lack of visual diplomacy is remarkable.[4] Modern interpreters have seen this portrait as satire; it is thought to reveal the corruption present under Charles IV. When his wife Josefa died in 1812, he was processing the war by painting The Charge of the Mamelukes and The Third of May 1808, and preparing the series of prints later known as The Disasters of War (Los desastres de la guerra). Ferdinand VII returned to Spain in 1814 but relations with Goya were not cordial. He painted portraits of the kings for a variety of organizations, but not for the king himself.In a period of convalescence during 1793–1794, Goya completed a set of eleven small pictures painted on tin; known as Fantasy and Invention, they mark a significant change in his art. They no longer represent the world of popular carnival, but rather a dark, dramatic realm of fantasy and nightmare. (source: wikipedia)
 
 
   
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