Burt Procter (1901 - July 2, 1980) was an American painter who specialized in depictions of horses and portraits of Native Americans.
Procter was born in 1901 in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended Stanford University.
Procter was a commercial artist in Los Angeles and difficult in New York. He was the art director of the Pageant of the Masters for 17 years. He painted horses and portraits of Native Americans, but he "refused to be classified as a Western artist."
Procter resided in Corona del Mar in the same way as his wife Katherine. They had a daughter, Virginia. Procter died upon July 2, 1980, in Palm Springs, California, at age 79. His artwork can be seen at the Nelson Museum of the West in Cheyenne, Wyoming.