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Bennett, Rainey
Bennett, William James
Benning, Sadie
Bensell, George Frederick
Benson, Frank W.

Frank Weston Benson was the son of a successful cotton merchant of Salem, Massachusetts and studied under Otto Grundman at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Benson, Gallen
Benson, Harry
Benson, Patricia
Benson, Richard
Benson, W.
Bentley, Charles
Bentley, John W.
Benton, Fletcher
Benton, Thomas Hart

Benton's idiom was essentially political and rhetorical, the painterly equivalent of the country stump speeches that were a Benton family tradition. The artist vividly recalled accompanying his father, Maecenas E. Benton—a four-term U.S. congressman, on campaigns through rural Missouri.

Benway, Bill
Benzle, Curtis

Curtis Benzle (BEN-zlee) teaches at the Columbus College of Art and Design in Ohio.

Benzle, Suzan

Suzan Scianamblo [sha-NAM-bloh] Benzle [BEN-zlee] owns the jewlery design firm Benzle Signature Collection, and was previously involved with her former husband Curtis Benzle in Applied Arts and Benzle Porcelain Company.

Berchem, Nicholaes
Berdanier, Paul F.
Berdich, Vera
Bereal, Ed
Berend-Corinth, Charlotte
Berendt, Eric
Berger, Fred
Bergere, Fred
Bergman, Frank
Berkman, Bernece
Berkowitz, Leon
Berlant, Tony
Berman, Eugene
Berman, Harriete Estel
Berman, Sarah
Berman, Saul
Berman, Wallace
Berman, Zeke
Bermúdez, José