(1894 - 1949)
Stanley Huber Wood was active/lived in California, Kansas, New Jersey. Stanley Wood is known for coastal landscape, graphics.
Born Bordentown, NJ, Sept. 12, 1894; died Los Angeles, CA, July 28, 1949.. Painter. Lithographer. Educated at the Drexel Institute in Philadelphia, PA where he studied engineering and architecture. After moving to California in 1920, he lived in Carmel and San Francisco. Lived in Lawrence and in Cleveland, 1927. His illustrations often were in Fortune magazine.
Susan Craig, "Biographical Dictionary of Kansas Artists (active before 1945)"
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Watercolorist, lithographer. Born on Sept. 12, 1894 in Bordentown, NJ. Wood was educated at the Drexel Institute where he studied engineering and architecture. After moving to California in 1920, he lived in Carmel and San Francisco until WWII. His illustrations often were in Fortune magazine. Wood died in Los Angeles on July 28,
1949. Exh: Calif. State Fair, 1920 (1st prize); SFAA, 1921-31 (prizes); Carmel AA, 1920s; Berkeley League of FA, 1924; Santa Cruz Art League, 1928 (1st prize); De Young Museum, 1932, 1935; CPLH, 1942; Calif. WC Society, 1945-49. In: Mills College (Oakland); Brooklyn Museum. AAA 1933; WWAA 1936-41; DR.
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