(Denver, Colorado, 1923 - 1995, New York, United States)
Beauchamp began his art studies with Boardman Robinson at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. He served three years in the Navy during World War II and then enrolled in the Cranbrook Academy. Soon after, he moved to New York and studied with Hans Hofmann for three years in both Provincetown, Massachusetts and in Manhattan. While he began his career as an abstract painter, Beauchamp soon started using recognizable imagery in his paintings. This movement became known as Figurative Expressionist. He was the recipient of National Endowment grants and Fulbright and Guggenheim Fellowships.View objects by this artist.