biography of Alice BECKINGTON (1868-?)

Birth place: St. Charles, MO

Death place: CA

Addresses: Scituate, MA

Profession: Miniature painter, teacher

Studied: ASL, with Beckwith; Académie Julian, Paris, with B. Constant and Lefebvre; also with Charles Lasar in Paris.

Exhibited: Paris Salon, 1894 ; SNBA, 1893, 1894; NAD; Soc. of American Artists; Pan-Am. Expo., Buffalo, 1901 (prize); PAFA, 1903; St. Louis Expo., 1904 (med.); Brooklyn S. Min P., 1935 (med.); AIC.

Member: Am. S. Min. P. (co-founder, 1899); Pa. Soc. Min. P.; AFA.

Work: MMA; PMA

Comments: A leading painter and teacher of the miniature revival. Position: teacher, ASL.

Sources: WW40; Petteys, Dictionary of Women Artists; Fink, American Art at the Nineteenth-Century Paris Salons, 319.

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