(1865 - 1942)
Benjamin Chambers Brown was active/lived in California, Arkansas. Benjamin Brown is known for landscape, portrait and still-life painting, etching.
Born in Marion, Arkansas, Benjamin Brown was a landscape painter and
printmaker, known for his Impressionist landscapes of the Sierra Nevada
Mountains and fields of poppies. His primary mediums were oil,
lithography and etching, although he also did watercolor painting
throughout his career.
Brown was educated at the University of
Tennessee and at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts with Paul Harney and
John Fry. His early interest was photography. In 1890,
accompanied by friend William Griffith, he went to Paris for a year of
study with Jean Paul Laurens and Benjamin Constant at the Academy
Returning to the United States, he lived in St. Louis,
Little Rock, Arkansas, and Texas. His early spec ... Displaying 750 of 3732 characters.