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Reynolds Beal  American  1867 -1951
Born: New York, New York, United States 
Died: Rockport, Massachusetts, United States 
Studied: Art Students League, New York City 
Shinnecock Summer School 
Cornell University, New York 
Instructors: John Henry Twachtman 
William Merritt Chase 
Exhibited: Clauson Gallery, New York 1905
Specialty: Painter
Style/School: Impressionism
Subjects Known For: Seascapes
Memberships: National Academy of Design p. ANA 1909
American Watercolor Society 
Boston Art Club 
Century Club, New York 
New Society of Artists 
Society of Independent Artists 
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(1867-1951) Reynolds Beal came from an affluent and artistic family; of several artistically gifted sons, he and his brother Gifford made careers in art. Beal was born in the Bronx and studied marine engineering at Cornell. H... (More)

Reynolds Beal, the older brother of Gifford Beal, was born in 1867. He is known as one of the early American Impressionists. Beal studied at Cornell in 1885-89 with a focus in naval architecture. His more formal art training came from studying under William Merritt Chase in 1896. Circus themes ... (More)

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