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Arthur Keller

 (1866 - 1924)
Arthur Ignatius Keller was active/lived in New York.  Arthur Keller is known for magazine, newspaper and book illustration, painting.

Biography   Arthur Keller


The Artist ?A. I. Keller was born July 4th, 1866. He was the son of Matilda and Adam Keller, a designer and engraver who recognized and encouraged his son's artistic talent. Arthur's father was his first teacher. By the age of seventeen, he began his formal training at the National Academy of Design in New York, studying under Professor Lemuel Wilmarth. In 1890 Keller traveled to Munich, Germany to study under Ludwig von Loeffiz. After two years of study he returned to the United States. His father had tried to persuade Arthur to remain in Europe to study in France, as the influence of impressionism was gaining in popularity. But Arthur did not wish to experiment with a genre that was so different from the classical styles that he was devel   ...  Displaying 750 of 12780 characters.

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Editorial illustration: "Let Us Go Back", author: F. Hopkinson Smith, Ladies' Home Journal, Sept.- Nov. 1905
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