(1893 - 1989)
Arthur Meltzer was active/lived in Pennsylvania, Minnesota. Arthur Meltzer is known for landscape, marine, figure easel and mural painting.
Arthur Meltzer was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1893. He began his first art training at the Minneapolis School of Fine Arts. After World War I, he pursued his art studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts with Robert Kochler, Joseph Pearson, and Daniel Garber. In 1921, Meltzer won a Cresson European Scholarship from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, which enabled him to travel to and study in England, France, Italy, Spain, and Holland.
In addition to the traveling scholarship, Meltzer received many other awards and honors from the Woodmere Art Museum, the Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, and the Gold Medal Award from the Art League of Lagonier Valley.
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