(1903 - 1975)
Beatrice Lavis Cuming was active/lived in New York, Connecticut. Beatrice Cuming is known for genre-street-dockside, illustrator.
The following is a "New York Times" art review of February, 3 1942, courtesy Ira "Bud" Hillyer of Palm Springs, California.
A native of Brooklyn, New York, Beatrice Lavis Cuming studied locally at the Pratt Institute Art School before departing for Paris to attend the Academie Colarossi. Within two years, she was back in New York working as an illustrator and attending classes at the Art Students League in 1928-29. Following a four-year sojourn to France and North Africa, Cuming again returned to New York where she came under the influence of Charles Burchfield, Charles Sheeler and Charles Demuth.
In 1934, Cuming moved to New London, Connecticut, where she remained for the balance of her career, participating in the Publi ... Displaying 750 of 3286 characters.