John Davis - People - in Arts and Media

In Arts and Media

  • Blind John Davis (1913–1985), American blues pianist
  • John Scarlett Davis (1804–1845), English painter
  • John F. Davis (artist) (born 1958), Australian artist, painter and video editor
  • John H. Davis (author) (1929–2012), American author
  • John Davis (pianist) (born 1957), American classical pianist, concert performer, recording artist, and historian
  • John Davis (producer) (born 1953), U.S. film producer
  • John Davis (singer-songwriter) (born 1974), American Superdrag member
  • John Davis (sculptor) (1936–1999), Australian sculptor
  • John A. Davis (born 1963), American animator
  • John Philip Davis (1784–1862), portrait and subject painter

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