History And Context


Reynolds Beal, the older brother of Gifford, was a long-time student ofWilliam Merritt Chase. From the beginning Beal’s playful, fun-filled subjects were popular. Over the course of his career, Reynolds Beal used a variety of styles, including impressionism. His most active artistic period was 1910-1930. He took his scenes from various places along the Eastern seaboard. Beach Ponies is an Atlantic City scene, painted in a style reminiscent of van Gogh.

More Works by Reynolds Beal In the Collection


Jacksonville Waterfront
Reynolds Beal
1914
Off for the Georges
Reynolds Beal
1930
Beach Ponies
Reynolds Beal
1918

In the Rips off Montauk
Reynolds Beal
1928
Jacksonville Waterfront
Reynolds Beal
1914
Band Square, Lourenco Marques
Reynolds Beal
1934