Betty Jean Thiebaud was depicted by her husband in “Two Kneeling Figures.” She wears the orange-and-yellow suit.
Betty Jean Thiebaud was depicted by her husband in “Two Kneeling Figures.” She wears the orange-and-yellow suit. © Wayne Thiebaud
Betty Jean Thiebaud was depicted by her husband in “Two Kneeling Figures.” She wears the orange-and-yellow suit. © Wayne Thiebaud

Betty Jean Thiebaud, filmmaker wife of painter Wayne Thiebaud, dies at 86

December 14, 2015 06:02 PM

UPDATED December 15, 2015 10:03 AM

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