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 George Stanley  (19/20th century)

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Lived/Active: Colorado/New Mexico      Known for: Southwest landscape and Indian genre

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
One of the earliest Caucasian artists known to have worked in Santa Fe, George Stanley was called 'Professor' because he seemed so 'professional' as an artist.  It is thought he came from Colorado before he set up a studio in Santa Fe in 1897 and advertised he would "fill orders for watercolors or oil paintings at his present studio." (18) He lived in a Mrs. Goodwin's boarding house on lower Palace Avenue and exhibited paintings of New Mexico genre and landscape at Seligman Bros. store.

A Santa Fe newspaper of December 22, 1897 announced a Seligman exhibition and described Professor Stanley as "an artist of much ability, and his sketches of Indians and Mexican life, because of their trueness to nature and perfectness in coloring have gained him more than a local reputation." (18)

Although he was well known for a short period of time, little more has been discovered about him after his stay in Santa Fe.  It is possible but unproven that he was the dashing Charles St. George Stanley who was an illustrator for Leslie's Illustrated Weekly and also a commissioned painter for the Colorado Central Railroad.

Edna Robertson and Sarah Nestor, Artist of the Canyons and Caminos

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