Stanley Arthurs (1877-1950)
A native of Delaware, Stanley Arthurs developed his enthusiasm for art as a young boy. After a short period of study with Wilmington artist Clawson Hammett, Arthurs enrolled in Howard Pyle’s class at Drexel Institute. Pyle recognized his talent and subsequently rewarded him with a scholarship to the first summer session at Chadd’s Ford in 1898. Arthurs’ work was first published in 1899. His specialty throughout his long career was historical scenes, many of which were brought together in The American Historical Scene in 1938. Besides illustrating many texts on history, Arthurs also did a number of historical murals, both in his home state of Delaware, and as far away as Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The Death of Modred


Oil on canvas, 30 inches x 20 inches

"Blanchemains," Justus Miles Forman, Harpers's Monthly, Vol. CXIII, June 1906, p. 24.
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