Barbeau

Barbeau is a surname of French origin. The name refers to:

  • Adrienne Barbeau (b. 1945), American stage, film, and television actress
  • André Barbeau (1931–1986), French-Canadian neurologist and researcher into Parkinson’s disease
  • Anton Barbeau (contemporary), American singer and songwriter
  • Jap Barbeau (1882–1969), American professional baseball player
  • Manon Barbeau (contemporary), Canadian film director and screenwriter
  • Marcel Barbeau (b. 1925), Canadian artist
  • Marius Barbeau (1883–1969), Canadian ethonographer and folklorist
  • Raymond Barbeau (1930–1992), French-Canadian essayist, literary critic, and naturopath
  • Victor Barbeau (1896–1994), Québécois writer and academic
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Other articles related to "barbeau":

John J. Cove
... study of the Tsimshianic narratives collected by Marius Barbeau and William Beynon ... Cove also created a catalogue of the Barbeau-Beynon files and co-edited, with MacDonald, a selection of narratives collected by Barbeau and Beynon ...
Haida Argillite Carvings - Understanding Stylistic Phases - Marius Barbeau
... A Canadian ethnographer named Marius Barbeau was one of the first to analyze the art extensively ... Barbeau believed that argillite carving had been created through the Haida’s exposure to whalers' scrimshaw during contact with European and Euro-American traders ... Barbeau also believed that the argillite carving only began to progress into a new phase around 1870, when more traditional themes began to replace the Western oriented styles ...
Anton Barbeau
... Anton Barbeau is an American singer-songwriter from Sacramento, California ... Barbeau is known for combining surreal lyrics with pop melodies and is often described as being in the songwriting tradition of Robyn Hitchcock, Syd Barrett, and The Beatles ... Since he appeared on the music scene in the late 1980s, Barbeau has made a name for himself in the Sacramento area, winning a number of SAMMIE (Sacram ...
Marius Barbeau - Recognition and Legacy - Awards and Honours
... In 1969, Barbeau Peak, the highest mountain in Nunavut, was named after him ... In 2005, Marius Barbeau's broadcasts and ethnological recordings were honoured as a MasterWork by the Audio-Visual Preservation Trust of Canada ... The Marius Barbeau Medal was established in his name in 1985 by the Folklore Studies Association of Canada to recognize remarkable contributions to folklore and ethnology Canada ...
Manon Barbeau
... Manon Barbeau, daughter of Marcel Barbeau, is well known as a Québécois filmmaker. ...