Robert Beauchamp, American (1923 - 1995)

Robert Beauchamp

Robert Beauchamp (he pronounced his name like the gum, "Beecham"), was born in 1923 in Denver, Colorado.

He studied art with Boardman Robinson at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. He served three years in the Navy during World War II and then enrolled in the Cranbrook Academy. Soon after, he studied with Hans Hofmann, a highly influential teacher of modern art. His work with Hans Hofmann lasted three years in both Provincetown, Massachusetts and in Manhattan.

Beauchamp's first exhibit was at the Tanager Gallery in New York, followed by shows at the Walker Art Center, Moniqure Knowlton, Graham Gallery, Long Point Gallery, M-13, The Sun Gallery, East End Gallery, Long Point Gallery, and in many other exhibits.

ROBERT BEAUCHAMP's work is in numerous museum collections as well as the collections of Estee Lauder and Dow Jones.

    ONE-MAN EXHIBITIONS
  • Sindin Gallery, New York
  • T.Dintenfass Gallery, New York
  • University ot Southern Florida at Tampa
  • Dam Gallery, New York
  • French and Co., New York
  • Simone Stern Gallery, New Orleans
  • Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
  • Graham Gallery, New York
  • Utah Museum of Fine Arts, Univ. ot Utah, Salt Lake City
  • Tirca Karlis Gallery, Provincetown, Mass.
  • Obelisk Gallery, Boston
  • American Gallery, New York
  • East End Gallery, Provincetown, Mass.
  • Bradford Junior College, Bradtord, Mass.
  • HCE Gallery, Provincefown, Mass.
  • Green Gallery, New York
  • Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles
  • Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago
  • Sun Gallery, Provincetown, Mass.
  • Great Jones Gallery, New York
  • March Gallery, New York
  • Tanager Gallery, New York
    IMPORTANT GROUP EXHIBITIONS
  • "Ten Independents", Guggenheim Museum, New York
  • Institute of International Education, Artists Abroad
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • Carnegie International, Carnegie Inst., Pittsburgh
  • Walker Art Inst., Minneapolis
    AWARDS
  • Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship, 1974
  • Boskot Foundation Grant, 1970
  • National Foundation ot Arts Grant, 1966
  • Gutman Foundation Grant, 1961
  • Fulbright Grant for Painting, Rome, 1959
    SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
  • Arts Magazine, Oct. 1969
  • Art News, Oct.1969, April 1966
  • Show Magazine, June 1962
  • Time Magazine, May 25, 1962
    TEACHING POSITIONS
  • Teaching-School of Visual Arts, New York
  • Teaching-Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, N.Y.
  • Guest Artist-Univ. of Illinois at Chicago
  • Guest Artist-Louisiana State Univ., Baton Rouge
  • Teaching-Cooper Union Art School, New York
    GUEST ARTIST
  • Univ. of Wisconsin at Madison
  • University of California at San Diego
    COLLECTIONS
  • Hirshorn Museum, Washington, D.C.
  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
  • Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
  • Denver Museum of Art, Denver
  • Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Conn.
  • University of Mass. at Amherst
  • University of California
  • The Amer. Federation of Arts Purchase Fund
  • University of Texas
  • Mr. Walter P. Chrysler
  • Mr. Walter K. Gutman
  • Mr. Richard Brown Baker
  • Mr. Jack Poses
  • Mr. Joseph H. Hirshorn
  • Mr. Leo Casfelli
  • Mr. Robert Scull
  • Mr. Lawrence Shainberg
  • Mr. Maximillian Schell
  • Ms. Joan Baer

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