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Painters

There are sixteen Painters called Lewis.

  • Wyndham Lewis

    Wyndham Lewis is a Painter... (extract from the wikipedia article on Wyndham Lewis)

  • Lewis Miller (Australian artist)

    Lewis Miller (born 1959, Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian painter and visual artist, known for his portraits and figurative works. His father Peter Miller was a painter in the social realist tradition.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Lewis Miller (Australian artist))

  • Bill Lewis

    Bill Lewis is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Bill Lewis)

  • Maud Lewis

    Maud Lewis (1903-1970) was a folk artist born in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Maud Lewis)

  • John Frederick Lewis

    John Frederick Lewis (July 14, 1804http://www.oxforddnb.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Frederick Lewis)

  • Lewis Teague (painter)

    R. (Rudolph) Lewis Teague (November 30, 1917 in Jamaica, New York – April 14, 1978 Fayston, Vermont) was a renowned American painter.... ( from the wikipedia article on Lewis Teague (painter))

  • Lewis Parker (artist)

    Lewis Parker (born 1926) is a Canadian painter who specializes in historical scenes and North American native cultures. He is also a children's book illustrator, and his work is featured in educational texts used across Canada.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Lewis Parker (artist))

  • John Lewis Brown

    John Lewis Brown (1829–1892) was a French battle, animal, and genre painter. He was born in Bordeaux of a Scottish family of Stuart partisans.... ( from the wikipedia article on John Lewis Brown)

  • Stanley Cornwell Lewis

    Stanley Cornwell Lewis MBE (December 18, 1905 – September 9, 2009) was a British portrait painter and illustrator.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Stanley Cornwell Lewis)

  • Lewis Henry Meakin

    Lewis Henry Meakin (c. 1850 – 1917) was an American Impressionist landscape artist born in Newcastle, England, moving to Cincinnati, Ohio with his family in 1863.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Lewis Henry Meakin)

  • John Lewis Krimmel

    John Lewis Krimmel (May 30, 1786-July 15, 1821), sometimes called "the American Hogarth" was America's first painter of genre scenes. Born in Germany, he emigrated to Philadelphia in 1809 and soon became a member of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.... (extract from the wikipedia article on John Lewis Krimmel)

  • Norman Lewis (artist)

    Norman Lewis (artist) is a Painter... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Norman Lewis (artist))

  • Lewis Kant

    Lewis Kant (born 1952 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) is a Mexican artist and writer who has lived most of his life in Guadalajara, Jalisco. His work has been displayed at galleries in Mexico, Europe and North America.... (abstract from the wikipedia article on Lewis Kant)

  • Edmund Darch Lewis

    Edmund Darch Lewis (October 17, 1835 - August 12, 1910) was an American landscape painter known for his prolific style and marine oils and watercolors. Lewis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in a well-to-do family.... (excerpt from the wikipedia article on Edmund Darch Lewis)

  • Kris Lewis

    Kris Lewis is an American painter. His work has been seen in the publications Juxtapoz and Modern Painters.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Kris Lewis)

  • George Lewis Luker

    George Lewis Luker, (1841-c.1901) was an English painter and architect.... ( from the wikipedia article on George Lewis Luker)

Lewis

Gender: usually male

Meaning: Famous warrior

Origin: German

Lucky Number: Nine

Popularity: Position 30 in 1880, currently decreasing

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