Harold Harrington Betts, Painter
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Western artist Harold Betts primarily lived in Chicago, Illinois, and Muskegon, Michigan, but he spent a great deal of time painting in the Southwest. His preferred Southwestern subjects were the Grand Canyon and the Pueblo Indian villages. Many of his Pueblo-themed paintings are included in the Santa Fe Railway Collection.
Harold Harrington Betts (1881-1951) was an American painter. Betts was born into a family of artists in New York City. He initially studied painting under his father, Edwin Daniel Betts, Sr. Betts went on to exhibit widely and become extraordinarily successful.
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