Stanley Anderson · Uncategorized · William Strang

Great art stands 100 men deep

William Strang found a disciple in another great etcher and engraver, Stanley Anderson (1884-1966). ¬†Anderson, the son of an heraldic engraver from Bristol England, studied with famed etcher Frank Short, who introduced him to the “Whistlerian line” of etching, which had been influenced, of course, by Seymour Haden. ¬†The young Anderson befriended Strang, whom he… Continue reading Great art stands 100 men deep