|Baca, Judith F.||
Judith Baca is a Chicana artist, professor, arts administrator, community leader, and social and cultural activist. She was the founder ad artistic director of the Social and Public Arts Resource Center in Venice, California.
|Bacener, Pío Casimiro|
Born in Garden Grove, California, Ralph Bacerra earned a B.A. degree in 1961 at Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, where he studied with Vivika Heino, whom he later succeeded as chairman of the ceramics department.
|Bache, Martha Moffett|
|Bacher, Otto H.|
Growing up in Haverhill, Massachusetts, Bacon witnessed first-hand the changes wrought by industrialization and urbanization on the New England landscape. First settled in 1640, Haverhill was one of the oldest towns in the Commonwealth.
Painter, portrait painter, caricaturist, illustrator, lithographer, writer, art educator. Peggy Bacon studied with John Sloan and Kenneth Hayes Miller.
Although his talent was evident in childhood drawings, circumstances prevented Andrea Badami from pursuing his artistic inclinations until later in life.
|Baer, William Jacob|
|Bailey, Carroll N.|
|Bailey, Robert L.|
|Bailly, Joseph Alexis|
Saul Baizerman was awarded a scholarship to the Imperial Art School in Odessa on the strength of his first work in clay. In 1910 he immigrated to the United States, locating briefly in Boston before settling permanently in New York City.
Bryant Baker studied in London at the City and Guild Technical Institute and the Royal Academy of Arts. His decorative carvings and sculpture were installed at Westminster Abbey and other cathedrals.
|Baker, Ernest Hamlin|
|Baker, Martha Susan|
|Baker, Robert P.||
Born in London, Robert Peter Baker came from a family of sculptors and carvers. At age ten he began studying at the Lambeth School of Art and continued at the City and Guilds Technical Institute; this was followed by five years at the Royal Academy of Arts.