A Bit of Brit: Alan Beeton (1880-1942)

by Matthew Innis |

An artist who is too unconcerned with professional and public approbation might find themselves at the end of their lives easily forgotten by those they so actively chose to ignore.  Such was the case of Alan Beeton, another of Great Britain’s talented, mid-twentieth century, representational artists;  a man so unrecognized after his death because he had no need for recognition when he was alive.

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