|Barile, Xavier J.|
|Barker, Albert W.|
Though his original aim was to be a landscape painter, Barker worked his entire career as a photographer.
|Barnard, George Grey||
Born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania, George Grey Barnard began his art studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1882. The following year he went to France, where he remainedfor more than ten years, studying at the École des Beaux Arts from 1884 to 1887.
|Barnard, George N.||
A well-known daguerrean artist in Oswego, New York, George N. Barnard had opened a photography studio in Syracuse by 1854. He subsequently became affiliated with Mathew Brady's gallery in Washington, D.C., and photographed Lincoln's inauguration in 1861.
|Barnes, Charles E.|
|Barnes, Dorothy Gill|
|Barnes, Elizabeth A.|
Between 1927 and 1930 Barnet studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and in the mid 1930s he taught in New York at the Art Students League and the New School for Social Research.
|Barney, Alice Pike||
Defying social and family expectations, the wealthy, often eccentric Alice Pike Barney (1857–1931) zestfully committed herself to the arts and became known for her lively art salons, bohemian lifestyle, and unusual family.
|Barney, Laura Dreyfus|
Tina Barney was born to a wealthy New York family in 1945. She began collecting photographs in 1971, which sparked her interest in doing her own work. In 1976 she and her husband moved to Sun Valley, Idaho, where she took photography classes at the local art center.
Born in Germany, Hannelore Baron immigrated to the United States in 1941 and settled in New York City. As Jews in Nazi Germany, the family suffered persecution and the destruction of their home before finally being able to come to America.
|Barratt, Thomas E.|
|Barrett, Thomas Weeks|
|Barros, Ricardo T.|
|Barry, Charles A.|
|Barse, George Randolph Jr.|
Sculptor and painter. Barthé's forte was realistic sculptures of religious subjects, figures in African-American history, and stage and dance celebrities.