Arthur Hall Smith
Arthur Hall Smith (23 March 1929 – 20 February 2013) was an American painter.
Smith grew stirring in Norfolk, Virginia where he conventional his first drawing counsel at an early age from his father, who was a naval architect. He studied at Illinois Wesleyan University, where he obtained a BFA. He conventional a Fulbright Fellowship on graduation and went to Paris to chemical analysis at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, École du Louvre, and the Institute d'Art et Archeologie. While in Paris, he as well as studied privately considering Stanley William Hayter. He did graduate testing at the University of Washington and afterward privately studied in the same way as Mark Tobey. Some of his commissions tote up the Centennial Murals at the Memorial Center at Illinois Wesleyan University and the Mural of Mammals in World Art in the Mammal Hall of the National Museum of Natural History. He served in Korea and progressive took a teaching publicize at The George Washington University. In 1961, he had a ten-year retrospective at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.
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