(1881 - 1951)
Harold Harrington Betts was active/lived in Illinois, Michigan. Harold Betts is known for landscape, figure, genre and Indians painting.
Biography Harold Betts
From a prominent family of painters, Harold Betts became a painter and
illustrator who made painting trips West in 1913 and 1929 and became
especially known for his Grand Canyon paintings and depictions of
Pueblo Indians. Paintings from these western visits include Grand Canyon from Hermit Road, Grand Canyon from Pima Point, Taos Scene and Yosemite Falls.
was born in New York City, the son and pupil of Edwin Daniel Betts
(1847-1915) and brother to artists Grace (1885-1978), Edwin Daniel Jr.
(1873-1915), and Louis (1873-1961).
Harold Betts lived in
Chicago where he exhibited at the Art Institute, and in Muskegon,
Michigan where he exhibited at the Hackley Gallery. He also
exhibited at the Pennsy
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