The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Keller, Arthur Ignatius

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KELLER, Arthur Ignatius, American painter and illustrator: b. New York, 1867. His art studies were made at the National Academy, New York, and in Munich. He has won a reputation as one of the best of American illustrators, and he is also a skilful oil and water-color artist. He has illustrated a long list of books, among them ‘The Virginian’ (Wister); ‘Kate Bonnet’ (Stockton); ‘The Right of Way’ (Gilbert Parker); and the stories of Bret Harte. He has won many medals for paintings and some of his oil and water-color productions are hung in prominent galleries at home and abroad.