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Beasley, Bruce
Beatien Yazz
Beatty, John W.
Beatty, Paul
Beauchamp, Robert

Robert Beauchamp studied with Boardman Robinson at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and attended Cranbrook Academy of Art before working with Abstract Expressionist Hans Hofmann.

Beaux, Cecilia

Born Philadelphia, 1855. Before 1872, studied drawing with Dutch artist Adolf van der Whelen. 1875, fossil drawings on commission from U.S. Geological Survey. 1877–79, studied Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. First exhibited 1879. 1888, studied at Académie Julian, Paris.

Beaver, John
Becham, Franklin Lafayette ("Fate")

Stamped on the upper left loop handle of this whiskey jug [Double Handled Whiskey Jug 1986.65.29] are the initials "FLB," identifying marks of the Georgian potter, Fate Becham.

Bechtle, C. Ronald
Bechtle, Robert

Bay Area painter Robert Bechtle was born in San Francisco and studied art and design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland and the University of California at Berkeley.

Beck, David
Beck, Jack Wolfgang
Beck, Joel
Beck, Rosemarie
Beck, Stephen
Beck, Walter
Becker, David
Becker, Fred
Beckett, Richard
Beckington, Alice
Beckley, Bill
Beckman, William
Beckwith, Carroll
Beckwith, H. S.
Beckwith, H. W.
Becotte, Michael
Bedford, F.
Bedia, José
Beebe, Morton
Beecher, William J.
Beechey, William
Beer, Vivian
Beerbohm, Marvin

Marvin Beerbohm grew up in Detroit, Michigan, where he attended the art school of the Society of Arts and Crafts from 1928 to 1932. During the 1930s he taught at the Detroit School of Art and also was employed part-time as a muralist for the Federal Art Project.

Beesley, Ian
Beet, Cornelius de
Beggs, Thomas M.