DIMENSIONS: H: 20" x W: 25" (unframed), H: 29" x W: 34 (in original frame)
American, 20th c.
An abstract figure painter, designer and illustrator, Stanley Bate served as art director of Encyclopedia Brittanica in NY from 1927-1929. He taught at the Art Student’s League of New York and his illustrations appeared in numerous national publications over the course of his career .He studied at the Art Student”s League with George Bridgman and also in France and Switzerland.
Selected Exhibits: American Watercolor Society; Society of Illustrators; Corcoran Gallery; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art; Butler Art Institute; Washington Watercolor Club; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Silvermine Guild of Art; Metropolitan Museum of Art; Whitney Museum of American Art; National Museum of Havana, Cuba; The Society of Four Arts, Palm Beach; Cooperstown Art Association; Salons of America
Numerous Awards and Prizes
Member: Society of Illustrators; Berkshire Art Association ( Dir. 1972; V.P); Cooperstown Art Association (Dir. 1972); Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts; Albany Print Club
Source: Who’s Who in American Art 1947, 1973
Falk: Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975
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