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Introduction
This page is about Jonas Lie the painter. For the NS minister see Jonas Lie (government minister); for the writer, see Jonas Lie (writer)Jonas Lie (April 29, 1880 - January 18, 1940) was a Norwegian-born American painter and teacher. Lie is best known for his Expressionist paintings of the New England coastline and New York City. He documented construction of the Panama Canal with thirty canvases, and represented the United States in the 1928 Summer Olympics art competition.
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Introduction
A founder of the Association of American Painters and Sculptors which organized the 1913 Armory show in New York City. Comment on works: Landscapes
Nationalities
Norwegian, American, Scandinavian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Landscapist, Painter
Names
Jonas Lie, j. lie, lie j.
Ulan
500029231
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