Arthur I. Keller

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“Never my dear Stede Bonnet, did I dream you would see me in such plight.” — Kate Bonnet - The Romance of a Pirate's Daughter (1902)

Arthur Ignatius Keller (1867 New York City - 1924) was a United States painter and illustrator.


He studied art at the National Academy, New York, and in Munich. He worked in oil and watercolor. He illustrated The Virginian (Wister), Kate Bonnet (Stockton), The Right of Way (Gilbert Parker), and the stories of Bret Harte. He won many medals for paintings and some of his oil and water-color productions were acquired by prominent galleries around the world.



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