1922 Encyclopædia Britannica/Beckwith, James Carroll

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BECKWITH, J(AMES) CARROLL (1852–1917), American portrait painter (see 3.610[1]). He exhibited at St. Louis in 1904 “The Nautilus” and a portrait of Mrs. Beckwith. Yale, Johns Hopkins, and West Point possess examples of his works, and the New York Public Library has a collection of his crayon and pencil drawings. He died in New York, Oct. 24 1917.

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