Stanley Meltzoff

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Stanley Meltzoff is a well-listed illustrator and painter, born in New York City, New York in 1917. He studied at the CCNY.

He was teaching at the Pratt Institute of Art before the advent of World War I, and after the war he worked as an illustrator for many pulp fiction paperback for authors such as Agatha Christie and Robert Heinlein, and also freelanced for Life, Nation Geographic, The Saturday Evening Post, and The Atlantic.

Later in his career he became famous for his paintings of underwater fish which opened up a whole new worked of illustration in sports and wildlife magazines. His work has sold at auction for as much as $52,650.00. He died in 2006.

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Title

Central Park, Bethesda Fountain, NYC

Artist

Stanley Meltzoff, American ~ 1917 - 2006

Dated

1936

Signed

Signed and titled verso

Medium

Oil on Canvas Board

Price

2200.00

Size

12" by 16"

Style

Landscape

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