Beulah Stevenson

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Beulah  Stevenson Beulah Stevenson- Flowers in a White Dish- Matthews Gallery
Flowers in a White Dish
Oil on Canvas
23 x 16 in
 

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Beulah  Stevenson

Beulah Stevenson

Beulah Stevenson Description

Beulah Stevenson (1891-1965) grew up in Brooklyn Heights, New York. After studying at the Pratt Institute, she enrolled at the Art Students League where John Sloan became her mentor. Sloan invited Stevenson to summer in New Mexico, where she was inspired to create modernist landscapes and wild abstract works in the vibrant palette of the Desert Southwest. She returned to New Mexico many times throughout her life.

Stevenson worked as a printmaker, painter, illustrator, art teacher and Brooklyn Museum curator. She was a staunch advocate of modernism and the avant-garde, working with the Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors and numerous other artist organizations.

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