Gamaliel Waldo Beaman
(1852 - 1937)
Gamaliel Waldo Beaman was active/lived in New Hampshire, Massachusetts. Gamaliel Beaman is known for Landscape, still life painting.
Gamaliel Waldo Beaman, born in Westminster, Massachusetts, was a student at the Lowell Institute and exhibited at the Boston Art Club in the 1870s and 1880s. In 1878, he went to Paris, France for further study.
His preference, however, was for a more rural lifestyle. He lived in Northfield, Massachusetts, purportedly with a mountain hermit.
During that time he received a commission from the Evangelist Dwight Moody and also met Mary Priest Stern, who became his wife. Mary died, however, shortly after the birth of their second child. Beaman's second wife, Eileen Marie Sherman, was an avid traveler and enthusiastic promoter of her husbands art.
He also traveled in the American West, completing oil ... Displaying 750 of 5106 characters.