Richard Blauvelt Coe
(1904 - 1978)
Richard Blauvelt Coe was active/lived in Alabama, New York. Richard Coe is known for portrait, landscape, architecture.
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Biography Richard Blauvelt Coe
Richard Blauvelt Coe was a Regionalist painter and master etcher of the American South who rose to recognition during the years of the Great Depression. Born in Selma, Alabama in 1904, Coe attended grammar and high schools locally, later enrolling in the Castle Heights Military Academy in Tennessee for what his grandmother described as "prep work."
Coe then went on to Cincinnati for a year where he majored in Architecture. In 1925 Coe won a scholarship sponsored in part by the Birmingham Allied Arts Club and "The Birmingham News-Age-Herald" to study at the Grand Central School of Art with George Elmer Brown. Coe later studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, with Philip Leslie Hale. There Coe developed an essay enti
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