John A. Stanton
John Aloysius Stanton (September 15, 1857 – August 25, 1929) was an American landscape and religious painter. He was a professor and the dean of knack of the San Francisco Art Institute.
Stanton was born upon September 15, 1857 in Grass Valley, California.
Stanton was a landscape and religious painter. He was a professor at the San Francisco Art Institute for 26 years, and he moreover served as its dean of faculty. He was a devotee of the Bohemian Club.
With his wife Anita, Stanton had three daughters and two sons. They resided in Palo Alto, California, where he died upon August 25, 1929. His work can be seen at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and the Harvard Art Museums.