Anne Everett (1943–2013) was an American artiste from the Blue Ridge Mountains, Bedford county, Virginia. She is best known for her pretense as an abstract expressionist, a colourist, and, after 1995, as an icon painter. The greater allocation of her 55 years as an artiste was spent specialising in the egg tempera technique. Raised in Richmond, Virginia, Everett moved continually to France in 1969. She died in Paris in 2013 and was buried in Vezelay, Burgundy.