biographie de Arthur Ignatius KELLER (1866-1924)

Birth place: NYC

Death place: Riverdale, NY

Addresses: NYC/Cragsmoor, NY

Profession: Illustrator, painter

Studied: NAD, with Wilmarth & Ward, 1883; Loefftz in Munich, 1886-90.

Exhibited: NAD, 1887-97 (6 annuals); PAFA Ann., 1888-89, 1893-98, 1902; Boston AC, 1894, 1896, 1898, 1902, 1904; AIC; AC Phila. 1899 (gold); Paris Expo, 1900 (medal); Pan-Am. Expo, Buffalo, 1901 (medal); AWCS, 1902 (prize); St. Louis Expo, 1904 (gold); SC, 1914 (prize); Pan-Pacific Expo, San Francisco, 1915 (gold).

Member: AWCS; NYWCC; AI Graphic Artists; NAC; SI, 1901; SC, 1900; GFLA; League of AS.

Work: Munich Acad.

Comments: Keller began as a lithographer, studied in Europe and returned c.1890 to NYC as a painter in oil and watercolor. When his painting proved unprofitable, he turned to illustration. Auth./illustr.: The Virginian; The Right Way, Irving's Legend of Sleepy Hollow, other books.

Sources: WW24; P&H Samuels, 260; Falk, Exh. Record Series.

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