Artists

One of America’s preeminent representational painters, Lennart Anderson lost his central vision in 2003. Since then, he has adapted his approach to painting in numerous ways in order to continue working. More information on Anderson’s...
It is widely acknowledged in most accounts of his life, and well documented in his own correspondence with friends and colleagues, that from his late thirties until his final years, Edgar Degas suffered from an increasingly severe...
The following information was taken from Robert Hamilton’s website (a link to his website can be found under “Resources”): Born in Seneca Falls, NY, Robert Hamilton attended the Rhode Island School of Design from 1935-1939. After a tour of...
Born in Russia, Serge Hollerbach’s studies at a high school run by the Academy of Fine Arts in Leningrad were interrupted when the Nazis invaded Leningrad in 1941. He, along with many other Russian men and women, was sent to Germany and...
According to French ophthalmologist Philippe Lanthony, Oskar Kokoschka was eighty-eight when his vision began to deteriorate, yet continued to paint until shortly before his death at the age of ninety-five.
The painter and caricaturist David Levine is widely regarded as one of the most talented realist artists of the mid-twentieth century. His late-life struggle with macular degeneration reached public attention when Vanity Fair published an...

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