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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
Bergner, Lanny
Berkman, Bernece
Berkowitz, Leon
Berlant, Tony
Berman, Eugene
Berman, Harriete Estel
Berman, Sarah
Berman, Saul
Berman, Wallace
Berman, Zeke
Bermúdez, José
Bernard, Joseph-Antoine
Bernhard, Ruth
Berninghaus, Oscar Edmund

Painter. A few months of night classes at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts, his only formal training, led Berninghaus to a successful career as a painter and illustrator. While touring the Southwest in 1899, he was persuaded by a brakeman on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad to visit Taos.

Berns, Ben
Bernstein, Henry
Bernstein, Ricky
Bernstein, Theresa

Realist painter in the traditions of the Ashcan and New York Realism Schools, wife of William Meyerowitz. Her favorite themes included parades, beach scenes, music and the theater, as well as women at leisure and in the workplace.

Bernstein, William
Bero, Mary
Berringer, Jennifer M.
Berry, Timothy F.
Berryman, Clifford K.

Born April 2, 1869, in Clifton, Kentucky. Graduated from Professor Henry's School for Boys, in Versailles, 1886. Lived in Washington, D.C., 1886–1949. Was a draftsman for the U.S. Patent Office, 1886–91. Joined the Post in 1891 as understudy cartoonist for George Y.

Berti, Chris
Bertoia, Harry

Best known as a sculptor and furniture designer, Harry Bertoia was born in San Lorenzo, Udine, Italy. In 1928 he began taking drawing classes in Italy before immigrating first to Canada, then to Detroit in 1930.