Louis Dominic Arata (1866-1934)

 

Louis Dominic Arata (1866-1934)
American Golden age illustrator ;
Louis D. Arata ; Louis Arata ; Louis Arata, Sr. ; L. Arata ; L.D. Arata ; L. D. Arata ;
[Born 1866 in New York, NY – died April 16, 1934 in New York, NY]

 

FAD record control number: 28496 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;

 

Louis Dominic Arata (1866-1934) biography:

Birth: 1866 in New York, NY ;
Death: April 16, 1934 in New York, NY ;
Sex: Male ;
Ethnicity: White ;

Known for: Illustration ;
Medium: Wood ; pen & ink ; watercolor ;
Technique: Drawing ; illustrating ;
Subjects: Literary ;

Areas: Brooklyn, NY (ca.1901-ca.1909) ; New York, NY ;
Region: North East ;
Lived: 14 MacDougal Street, New York, NY (1883) ; 79 Rutland Road, Brooklyn, NY ; 3398 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY ;
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Children: Louis Arata, Jr., son ;

Training: Cooper Union, School of Art, modeling in clay, class of 1881 ;
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Work: Scribner’s, New York, NY ; Illustrated The Southerners by Cyrus Brady (Scribner’s, New York, NY, 1903), The records by Cyrus Brady (G. W. Dillingham Company, New York, NY, 1904) ; Jess & Co by John Joy Bell (Dispatch, Moline, IL, 1905) ;

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Member: Life as an Art Club, Brooklyn, NY, 1913-1915 ;
Exhibited with: Salmagundi Club, New York, NY (1882) ; Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA (1883) ;
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Digital-born document number:
FAD.2018.28496

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Original compiled and researched document by the Fine Art Database, 266 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

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Image license:
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Record birth date:
May 5, 2018

Last updated: May 10, 2019 at 13:32 pm

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