George Barse Jr
(1861 - 1938)
George Randolph Barse, Jr. was active/lived in New York, Texas, Kansas, Michigan. George Barse Jr is known for allegorical figure and genre painting-western subjects.
Biography George Barse, Jr.
A painter of allegorical, romantic subjects as well as western scenes,
George Barse was born in Detroit, Michigan, and settled in Katonah, New
York. He attended public schools in Kansas City, Missouri, and
from 1878 to 1885, studied art in Paris at the École des Beaux Arts and
at the Academie Julian with Alexandre Cabanel, Gustave Boulanger, and
Jules Lefebvre. In the late 1880s, Barse visited Texas where he
did ranch scene paintings such as The Oasis of the LX Ranch in the Panhandle including cowboys on horses.
In 1895, George Barse won the first Hallgarten Prize at the National
Academy of Design. In 1898, he was awarded the Shaw Fund Purchase
prize for his painting, The Night and the End of t
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