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Attribution information for the public domain images on this page:
(Left to right):
Gustave Jean Jacquet, France (1846-1909), Breton Peasant Girl, detail, graphite on moderately textured wove paper, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Maryland
Hasegawa Settei, Japan (1819-1882), Rock & Bamboo in Garden, detail, ink, Library of Congress, Washington
Thomas Eakins, U.S.A. (1844-1910), Man in Turban, detail, charcoal, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, San Francisco
Giovanni Battista Tiepolo (Italian, 1696-1770) View of a Villa, detail, 1757-1759, pen and brown ink and brown wash, 15.2x26 cm (6x10 1/4 in.) The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles
The Artist for Artists Project was a four-year arts advocacy pilot project. Running from 2012-2016, the mission of the Artist for Artists Project was to provide opportunity and recognition to emerging visual artists in the form of three competitive prizes, two juried exhibitions-in-print (catalogs), and an exhibition held at the Hartford Art School at the University of Hartford in West Hartford, CT.
Founder and Project Director, Laura Vasselle, introduced the Williams Prize in Drawing for Emerging Artists in 2014, continuing the prize in 2015 and 2016. To read more about the specifics of the Williams Prize in Drawing, click through this link.