Beulah Brown (1892-1988)
Let it Snow!
9 x 12 inches
Signed Lower Right
This painting was featured in our weekly email on 12/5/14 along with the following gallery comments:
Beulah Brown attended Herron in the 1910’s, studying under William Forsyth and it was there she met her husband Francis F. Brown and the two were married while still students. The couple (now with their two young children) eventually moved to Muncie, IN where Francis chaired the art department at Ball State Teachers College (now Ball State University). Beulah saw to raising their children and painting when time allowed. Much of her output was focused on still lifes and abstract floral fabric patterns which she sold to textile houses in New York. Her landscape work was relatively limited until she hit upon the formula for these naïve snowy, winter scenes typically featuring figures. Here we present you with such piece Let it Snow! (our title). A very representative and light-hearted painting, reflecting the innocent spirit of winter holidays in the north. We have four of these Beulah Brown winter works and all will be available at our Yuletide Magic show, Thursday. Hope to see you next week!
- Curt Churchman, Fine Estate Art
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