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Eugene Berman

Saul Berman

Bartolomé Bermejo


Émile Bernard

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Oscar Edward Berninghaus

Oscar Edward Berninghaus was one of the founders of the Taos Society of Artists. Born in Saint Louis, he sketched constantly as a child, his father’s lithography business had spawned an early interest in sketching and watercolor. Berninghaus was a young entrepreneur, selling his work to tourists and newspapers when…

Gian Lorenzo Bernini

Paul Berthon

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John Bertonccini

John Bertonccini (1872-1947) was a maritime artist. Little is known about Bertonccini’s personal life and childhood other than that he was born to an Italian father and a Swedish mother. He spent his life as a sailor, going on several whaling and sea expeditions while also practicing his art. His…

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Balthasar Beschey

Balthasar Beschey was an 18th-century Flemish artist whose work covered landscapes, portraits, and historical and religious subjects. He was born on November 20, 1708. His life is largely shrouded in mystery, however, he was primarily based in Antwerp and many of his accomplishments are tied to the city. Antwerp’s city…

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Bartolomeo Bettera

Bartolomeo Bettera was born in 1639 in Bergamo, Italy. While his life is mostly undocumented, scholars know he was a pupil of the priest-painter Evaristo Baschenis. Baschenis studied the works of Caravaggio and adapted his techniques, especially the use of naturalistic proportions and chiaroscuro (exaggerated contrast of light and dark).…


Robert Polhill Bevan

Osman Hamdi Bey

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Abraham van Beyeren

Abraham van Beyeren was born around 1620 in The Hague, in the Netherlands. He trained with the landscape painter Tyman Arentsz Cracht, also known as Botterkul, as a teenager. He moved to Leiden in 1638, where he met and married Emmerentia Stercke. The couple moved back to The Hague in…

François-Auguste Biard


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Albert Bierstadt

German landscape artist Albert Bierstadt was born in Solingen, Germany and, when Bierstadt was two, his family immigrated to New Bedford Massachusetts. Mostly self-taught, Bierstadt took a special interest in painting and began his early career as a drawing teacher. In 1853 he travelled to Dusseldorf, Germany to further refine…

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John Anansa Thomas Biggers

Biggers was an African-American muralist during the Harlem Renaissance. Born in Gastonia, North Carolina, his home became Houston and his murals can be found in many public buildings there. He was the founding chairman of the art department at what is now Texas Southern University, a traditionally Black school. The…

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Jan van Bijlert

Jan van Bijlert was born either in 1597 or 1598 in Utrecht, Netherlands. In his early life, he was the apprentice of Abraham Bloemaert. From 1614 till 1616 he visited Paris, France and he met Jan Gerritsz van Bronckhorst and Cornelis van Poelenburgh. The three artists continued to work and…


Anna Bilińska-Bohdanowiczowa

Polish born in Zlatotopole, Ukraine, Bohdanowiczowa was a painter known for her portraits and other works, such as landscapes, of the style European realism. She first began her studies as a young artist under the tutelage of Michal Elwiro Andriollo, after which she enrolled in a private painting school in…


George Caleb Bingham

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Franz A. Bischoff

Franz Albert Bischoff (1964-1929) was an Austrian-born painter and ceramicist, most highly regarded for his China paintings, florals, and landscape paintings. He spent his childhood in Austria studying painting and ceramics but moved to the United States in 1885. He worked as a China decorator in New York and later…

Harry Bishop

Franklin Bittner

Eugen von Blaas

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Charles Blackman

Charles Blackman (1928-2018) was an Australian painter known for his surreal and literary-infused paintings. He was known for being Australia’s most well-known figurative painter. Blackman started his art training by working as an illustrator at the Sydney Sun Newspaper in 1942. In 1947, he attended the Hayward Veal at the…


Elizabeth Blackwell

Elizabeth Blackwell, born Elizabeth Blachrie (c. 1707 – 1758) was a Scottish botanical artist. She married Alexander Blackwell, her cousin, and moved with him around Europe. After he was involved in several legal issues regarding his potentially-unlawful medical practice, they were out of money and work. She took advantage of…

Willem Janszoon Blaeu

William Blake

William Blake (28 November 1757 – 12 August 1827) was an English poet, painter and printmaker. Largely unrecognised during his lifetime, Blake is now considered a seminal figure in the history of the poetry and visual arts of the Romantic Age. His prophetic poetry has been said to form \”what…

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