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  • Artists
    • Alan Posner
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Benjamin Locklear
        • Artist. According to Frasier's blind date Susanna: "The guy is a thief. Everyone in the art community knows itÖ. The guy steals from lesser-known artists and markets himself to suckers with more money than taste!" (Season 9 episode Three Blind Dates)
    • Bill the Painter Man
        • Famous Nantucket painter Lowell mentions (Season 3 episode The Taming of the Shrew)
    • Daniel Balleron
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Daniella Vargas
        • Jason's wife - in his old reality, his ex-girlfriend and now a famous artist in his new reality.
    • Emily Fairhurst
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Eric Blum
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Erica Wessmann
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Gary Worth
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Gustav Brumholt
        • Fake famous sculptor that the guys from the new morning show Carlos and the Chicken impersonate when they prank call Frasier (Season 7 episode Radio Wars)
    • Isaac Holt
        • Artist featured at Scene Contempo, the art gallery where Wilson Fisk buys the Rabbit in a Snowstorm painting. (Season 1 episode Rabbit in a Snowstorm)
    • Lila Tournay
        • Artist, Dexter's addiction sponsor and love interest. Lila's real name is Lila West. (Season 2)
    • M. Arregui
        • Artist name on painting in the coffee shop where Princess Carolyn talks to BoJack on the phone (Season 2 episode Escape from L.A.)
    • Martha Paxton
        • Frasier invites the artist that painted a painting he bought to his cocktail party, only to find out that she didn't actually paint it afterall.
    • Mike Shaw
        • Artist of the painting that Niles plans to donate to a museum. (Season 10 episode Daphne Does Dinner)
    • Phillip Semenko
        • One of the most promising young artists today, played by Christopher Lloyd that Sam hires to paint a portrait of Diane (Season 2 episodes 21 & 22 I'll Be Seeing You)
    • Sherwin LeMonde
        • Jake's undercover artist identity - he's a sculptor, painter, full-time barista - but once he sells his first piece, part-time barista (Season 3 episode Boyle's Hunch)
    • Tidwell
        • Famous painter of Number Seven, a painting of two dogs commingling that represents man's struggle against intransigent fate (Season 6 episode 21 Our Hourly Bread)
    • Tojnun
        • Mandalorian artist mentioned by Sabine's father when they are reunited - he tells her that her artwork is derivative of the pre-exile masters, and she admits thet Tojnun was an influence. (Season 4 episode Heroes of Mandalore)
    • Tracy Fleeb
        • Big name artist in Scranton that Pam mentions when talking about the mural she wants to do. (Season 9 episode Customer Loyalty)
    • Tristan RÍveur
        • Henry's favorite artist that killed himself. Do you know the Tristan RÍveur quote about bad art? It's "bad art is more tragically beautiful than good art 'cause it documents human failure."
    • Udo Fritzenheim
        • Artist. Niles: "I have two tickets to the Udo Fritzenheim show at the museum tomorrow, not to mention an invitation for lunch with the artist afterwards." Frasier: "Oh, are you serious, Niles? Lunch with a Dada master!" (Season 10 episode Star Mitzvah)
    • Vladimar Sokolvasky
        • Artist listed on the front of a building in the mysterious little town of Oakwood, where astronaut Sgt. Mike Ferris frantically searches for another human being. (Season 1 episode Where is Everybody?)

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