Arthur Wesley Dow

Crater Lake, oil on canvas, 1919
Arthur Wesley Dow: View of Lake Louise, Alberta, Canada, 1919
Portrait of students of Académie Julian, France, 1886. (Dow is depicted in center)
Arthur Wesley Dow, The Clam House, woodblock print, circa 1892
The Long Road--Argilla Road, Ipswich, 1898, Brooklyn Museum
Poster published in Les Maîtres de l'Affiche

American painter, printmaker, photographer and an arts educator.

- Arthur Wesley Dow

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O'Keeffe in 1918, photograph by Alfred Stieglitz

Georgia O'Keeffe

American modernist artist.

American modernist artist.

O'Keeffe in 1918, photograph by Alfred Stieglitz
Georgia O'Keeffe, Untitled, 1908, Art Students League of New York collection
Georgia O'Keeffe, Untitled, The Rotunda at University of Virginia, 1912–1914, watercolor on paper, 11+7/8 ×
Georgia O'Keeffe, Drawing XIII, 1915, Charcoal on paper, Metropolitan Museum of Art
Georgia O'Keeffe as a teaching assistant to Alon Bement at the University of Virginia in 1915
Blue and Green Music, 1921, oil on canvas
Georgia O'Keeffe, Ram's Head White Hollyhock and Little Hills, 1935, The Brooklyn Museum
Pineapple Bud, 1939, oil on canvas
O'Keeffe's "White Place", the Plaza Blanca cliffs and badlands near Abiquiú
Alfred Stieglitz, Georgia O'Keeffe, platinum print, 1920
My Shanty, Lake George, 1922, oil on canvas, 20 × 27 1/8 in., The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
Cerro Pedernal, viewed from Ghost Ranch. This was a favorite subject for O'Keeffe, who once said, "It's my private mountain. It belongs to me. God told me if I painted it enough, I could have it"
Painting materials as displayed at the O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe, NM
O'Keeffe, Untitled – vase of flowers, 1903–1905, watercolor on paper, Georgia O'Keeffe Museum
O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1915, watercolor on paper, {{convert|49.2|×|33.0|cm|in|order=flip}}, Yale University Art Gallery
O'Keeffe,  Drawing No. 2 – Special, 1915, charcoal on laid paper, {{convert|60|x|46.3|cm|in|order=flip}}, National Gallery of Art
O'Keeffe, Blue #1, 1916, watercolor and graphite on paper, Brooklyn Museum
O'Keeffe, Sunrise, 1916, watercolor on paper
O'Keeffe, No. 8 – Special, 1916, Whitney Museum of Art
O'Keeffe, Light Coming on the Plains No. II, 1917, watercolor on newsprint paper, {{convert|11+7/8|x|8+7/8|in|cm}}, Amon Carter Museum of American Art
O'Keeffe, Series 1, No. 8, 1918, oil-painting on canvas, {{convert|50.8|×|40.6|cm|in|order=flip}}, Lenbachhaus, Munich
O'Keeffe, Red Canna, 1919, oil on board, High Museum of Art, Atlanta
O'Keeffe, A Storm, 1922, pastel on paper, mounted on illustration board, {{convert|46.4|x|61.9|cm|in|order=flip}} Metropolitan Museum of Art

She studied art in the summers between 1912 and 1914 and was introduced to the principles and philosophies of Arthur Wesley Dow, who created works of art based upon personal style, design, and interpretation of subjects, rather than trying to copy or represent them.

The American Fine Arts Society Building on West 57th Street

Art Students League of New York

Art school at 215 West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City, New York.

Art school at 215 West 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City, New York.

The American Fine Arts Society Building on West 57th Street

Other well-known artists who have served as instructors include: Lawrence Alloway, Charles Alston, Will Barnet, Robert Beauchamp, George Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Isabel Bishop, Arnold Blanch, Louis Bouche, Robert Brackman, George Bridgman, Alexander Stirling Calder, Naomi Andrée Campbell, Robert Cenedella, Jean Charlot, William Merritt Chase, Dionisio Cimarelli, Timothy J. Clark, Walter Appleton Clark, Kenyon Cox, Jose De Creeft, John Steuart Curry, Stuart Davis, Edwin Dickinson, Sidney Dickinson, Frederick Dielman, Harvey Dinnerstein, Arthur Wesley Dow, Frank DuMond, Frank Duveneck, Thomas Eakins, Daniel Chester French, Dagmar Freuchen, Wilhelmina Weber Furlong, Michael Goldberg, Stephen Greene, George Grosz, Molly Guion, Lena Gurr, Philip Guston, Robert Beverly Hale, Lovell Birge Harrison, Ernest Haskell, Childe Hassam, Robert Henri, Eva Hesse, Charles Hinman, Hans Hofmann, Harry Holtzman, Jamal Igle, Burt Johnson, Wolf Kahn, Morris Kantor, Rockwell Kent, Walt Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Gabriel Laderman, Ronnie Landfield, Jacob Lawrence, Hayley Lever, Martin Lewis, George Luks, Paul Manship, Reginald Marsh, Fletcher Martin, Knox Martin, Jan Matulka, Earl Mayan, Mary Beth Mckenzie, William Charles McNulty, Willard Metcalf, Kenneth Hayes Miller, Fred Mitchell, F. Luis Mora, Robert Neffson, Kimon Nicolaïdes, Maxfield Parrish, Jules Pascin, Joseph Pennell, Richard C. Pionk, Larry Poons, Richard Pousette-Dart, Abraham Rattner, Peter Reginato, Frank J. Reilly, Henry Reuterdahl, Boardman Robinson, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Kikuo Saito, Nelson Shanks, William Scharf, Susan Louise Shatter, Walter Shirlaw, John Sloan, Hughie Lee-Smith, Isaac Soyer, Raphael Soyer, Theodoros Stamos, Anita Steckel, Harry Sternberg, Augustus Vincent Tack, George Tooker, John Henry Twachtman, Vaclav Vytlacil, Max Weber, J. Alden Weir, Jerry Weiss, and William Zorach.

Teachers College, Columbia University

Graduate school of education, health, and psychology of Columbia University, a private research university in New York City.

Graduate school of education, health, and psychology of Columbia University, a private research university in New York City.

Russell Hall
Teachers College buildings on Broadway and 120th St., looking northwest
John Dewey
Margaret Mead, became President of the American Anthropological Association in 1960
Butler Library
Low Memorial Library
Arthur M. Langer
Dr. Ruth Westheimer
Margaret Mead
Donna Shalala
Mary Antin
Shirley Chisholm
Norman Cousins
Art Garfunkel
Martin Haberman
Lee Huan
John King Jr.
Anita Pollitzer
Diane Ravitch
Robert Sherman
Merryl Tisch

Arthur Wesley Dow, arts education

Ipswich, Massachusetts

Coastal town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States.

Coastal town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States.

John Whipple House
Ipswich Public Library
Town hall
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Appleton Farms Livestock
Little Neck c. 1920
Grape Island c. 1910

Arthur Wesley Dow, artist

Fenollosa in 1890

Ernest Fenollosa

American art historian of Japanese art, professor of philosophy and political economy at Tokyo Imperial University.

American art historian of Japanese art, professor of philosophy and political economy at Tokyo Imperial University.

Fenollosa in 1890
Title page of Cathay, poems by Ezra Pound, 1915, based on translations by Fenollosa.
Fenollosa's grave
Memorial to Ernest Fenollosa in Highgate Cemetery

Arthur Wesley Dow said of Fenollosa that "he was gifted with a brilliant mind of great analytical power, this with a rare appreciation gave him an insight into the nature of fine art such as few ever attain".

Pedro J. Lemos

Pedro Joseph de Lemos

American painter, printmaker, architect, illustrator, writer, lecturer, museum director and art educator in the San Francisco Bay Area.

American painter, printmaker, architect, illustrator, writer, lecturer, museum director and art educator in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Pedro J. Lemos
From his book "Applied Art", first published 1920

In 1913 he studied in New York with George Bridgman at the Art Students League of New York and with Arthur Wesley Dow at Columbia University.

Pratt Institute

Private university with its main campus in Brooklyn, New York.

Private university with its main campus in Brooklyn, New York.

Charles Pratt, founder of Pratt Institute
Pratt Institute Kindergarten, 1905
World War One Memorial in the Rose Garden
DeKalb Avenue Gate of Enclosed Campus
Hall Street pedestrian entrance
Cannon Court
Main Building as viewed from Rose Garden
The historic Pratt Townhouses
The Clinton-Washington Avenues subway station of the is close to Pratt's Brooklyn campus
Pratt Manhattan
Library
Memorial Hall
East Hall
Engineering Building
Chemistry Building

Arthur Wesley Dow, decorative arts

Charles James Martin, photographed by Caroline Geiger, circa 1910.

Charles James Martin (artist)

American modernist artist and arts instructor.

American modernist artist and arts instructor.

Charles James Martin, photographed by Caroline Geiger, circa 1910.
Charles J. Martin with wife Esther and son James, circa late 1920s
Charles J. Martin with water colors, circa 1930s
Water Color: "An Interior," 1916
Water Color: Canal scene, c. 1913
Water Color: Landscape, c. 1930s
Water Color: Factory, c. 1930s
Water Color: Buildings with Tank, c. 1930s
Oil Painting: Horse Fountain, c. 1913
Oil Painting: Factory, c. 1913
Oil Painting: Nude, c. 1913
Monotype: Baseball Game, c. 1918
Monotype: Houses, 1918
Monotype: Plaza Scene, c. 1918
Etching: Houses & Trees, c. late 1910s
Etching: Tanks, c. late 1910s
Etching: Esther L. Martin, c. late 1910s
Lithograph: Highland Light, North Truro, MA, c. late 1920s
Lithograph: Octagon House, c. late 1920s
Lithograph: Storm Landscape, c. late 1920s
Linocut: Canal Scene, 1914
Color Woodcut: Pelicans, 1913
Woodcut: Trees & Houses, c. 1920
Woodcut: Tea Service, 1920
Photograph: James U. Martin with Nanny, 1921
Photograph: Esther L. Martin holding James U. Martin, c. 1919
Photograph: Columbia University Scene, 1918
Photograph: Dockside Buildings with James U. Martin, c. early 1920s

He studied art under Arthur Wesley Dow at Dow's Ipswich Summer School of Art as well as at Columbia University Teachers College, where he became an instructor himself in 1914.

Mythological scene with Apollo, Fame, and the Muses by Antoon Sallaert

Shirley Williamson

American artist and educator, known for her seaside paintings and monotype prints.

American artist and educator, known for her seaside paintings and monotype prints.

Mythological scene with Apollo, Fame, and the Muses by Antoon Sallaert

She attended classes at the Art Students League of New York studying with William Merritt Chase, and later with Arthur Wesley Dow.

Margaret Overbeck, from a 1926 publication

Overbeck Sisters

The Overbeck sisters (Margaret, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Mary Frances) were American women potters and artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement who established Overbeck Pottery in their Cambridge City, Indiana, home in 1911 with the goal of producing original, high-quality, hand-wrought ceramics as their primary source of income.

The Overbeck sisters (Margaret, Hannah, Elizabeth, and Mary Frances) were American women potters and artists of the Arts and Crafts Movement who established Overbeck Pottery in their Cambridge City, Indiana, home in 1911 with the goal of producing original, high-quality, hand-wrought ceramics as their primary source of income.

Margaret Overbeck, from a 1926 publication

She also studied with the influential designer, Arthur Wesley Dow, of Columbia University, and with Marshall Fry, a New York china painter and potter.