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Bacon, Henrynotes
Henry Bacon (1839 in Haverhill, Massachusetts – 13 March 1912 in Cairo[1]) was an American painter and author. Henry A. Bacon was born in Haverhill, Massachusetts in 1839. During the American Civil War, he enlisted in the Union Army on 16 July 1861[2] and acted as a field artist for Frank Leslie's Weekly while he served as a soldier within the 13th...
1839 - 1912Anonymous12/23/2012
Brown, Mather 1761 - 1831Anonymous12/14/2012
Bricher, Alfred Thompsonnotes
A specialist in marine and coastal paintings, Alfred Thompson Bricher was celebrated for his precise depictions of waves breaking at the shoreline. Bricher was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and grew up in Newburyport, on the Massachusetts coast. He worked as a clerk in a dry-goods store in Boston while painting in his spare time. Bricher may...
1837 - 1908Anonymous11/17/2012
Bogardus, Margaret 1804 - 1878Anonymous10/15/2012
Butler, George Bernardnotes
George Bernard Butler, Jr. (1838-1907), portrait, genre, animal, and still life painter, was born in New York City, where he studied art under Thomas Hicks. In 1859 he went to Paris to study under Thomas Couture, then returned to serve in the military during the Civil War. Despite the loss of his right arm, Butler continued his art career in New York...
1838 - 1907Anonymous10/15/2012
Bell, Clara Louise 1886 - 1978Anonymous10/15/2012
Boggs, Frank 1855 - 1926Anonymous10/13/2012
Bingham, George Calebnotes
George Caleb Bingham (March 20, 1811 – July 7, 1879) was an American artist whose paintings of American life in the frontier lands along the Missouri River exemplify the Luminist style. Left to languish in obscurity, Bingham's work was rediscovered in the 1930s. He is now widely considered one of the greatest American painters of the 19th...
1811 - 1879Anonymous10/13/2012
Blum, Robert Fredericknotes
Robert Frederick Blum was a major figure painter and illustrator who emerged from the active artistic milieu of mid-century Cincinnati, where he was born. From his studies in Cincinnati, Blum traveled to Philadelphia and studied art at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (1876-1877). Blum and many of his contemporaries greatly admired the...
Active ca. 1877 - 1900Anonymous08/05/2012
Brumidi, Constantinonotes
Constantino Brumidi (July 26, 1805 – February 19, 1880) was an Greek/Italian-American historical painter, best known and honored for his fresco work in the Capitol Building in Washington, DC. Parentage and early life Brumidi was born in Rome, his father a Greek and his mother an Italian. He showed his talent for fresco painting at an early age...
1805 -  1880Anonymous07/29/2012
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