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Adams, John Ottis, 1851-1927 ISNI Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

J. Ottis Adams American artist Wikidata

Adams, John Ottis (American painter, 1851-1927) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Adams, J. Ottis (John Ottis), 1851-1927 Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 56177625 (Personal)


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An August Sunset - Prairie Dell Wikidata
Copy of "The Little Fruit Seller" by Bartolomé Esteban Murillo Wikidata
Field Study, Florida Wikidata
Florida Jungle with cabin, St. Petersburg Wikidata
Frosty Morning Wikidata
Half-Length Figure Study (Old Man) Wikidata
Hanging Moss, St. Petersburg Wikidata
The Hoosier Group: Five American Painters Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France
J. Ottis Adams, 1851-1927 : American impressionist in Leland : September 12-November 14, 1993 : Dennos Museum Center, Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City, Michigan. Library of Congress/NACO
J. Ottis Adams : a sense of place : an exhibition celebrating Adams's Muncie years and the centennial of the Art Students' League Library of Congress/NACO
Katrina Wikidata
Late Autumn Wikidata
Portrait of Martha Wysor Marsh and Son John Edwin Wikidata
Portrait of Mary Gertrude Ethell Walker Wikidata
Portrait of Winifred Brady Wikidata
Self-Portrait Wikidata
sketch for bookbinder Wikidata
Sketch for Sun Room of Indianapolis City Hospital Wikidata
Study Head (Old Woman) Wikidata
Thornberry's Pasture, Brooklyn, Indiana (An Indiana Farm) Wikidata
The Wane of Winter Wikidata
Wash Day, Bavaria Wikidata
The Wave-Whitewater, Brookville, Indiana (Autumn on Whitewater) Wikidata
The Widow, Munich Wikidata

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