Beulah Sprague Bowers
(1892 - 1975)
Beulah Sprague Bowers was active/lived in Connecticut, Kansas, Massachusetts. Beulah Bowers is known for Painter, craftsperson, sculptor, teacher.
Biography Beulah Sprague Bowers
Born Everett, MA., Nov. 5, 1892; died Penney Farms, FL, Nov., 1975. Painter. Sculptor. Teacher. Lithographer. Studied at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with Joseph De Camp, Cyrus Dallin, & William Felton Brown; at the South Boston Art School; at the Massachusetts School of Art; at Cooper Union of Art School with Ethel Traphagen; and the University of New Hampshire. Worked as an Assistant Professor of Art at the University of Wichita from 1929-37 and then as Supervisor of Art in Meriden, CT from 1939-59.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
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