Stanley Anderson, British (1884 - 1966)
Stanley Anderson was born in 1884 in Bristol, son of an engraver who gave him the initial training as heraldic engraver. He studied in London at the Royal College of Art and at Goldsmiths' College.
Anderson was for many years a member of the engraving faculty at the British School in Rome and in 1938 was chosen by the British Council as the sole British representative of line engraving and drypoint at the Venice Biennale.
During his career he won several awards and medals.
He lived in Buckinghamshire.
CONTEMPORARY BRITISH ART AND ENGRAVINGS
- Sweden, Stockholm, LILJEVALCHS KONSTHALL
- Finland, Helsinki, KONSTHALLE
- Poland, Warsaw, INSTYTUT PROPAGANDY SZTUKI
CONTEMPORARY BRITISH PRINTS AND DRAWINGS FROM THE WAKEFIELD COLLECTION
- Fiji, Suva, FIJI ARTS CLUB
- New Zealand, Hamilton, WAIKATO MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY
- New Zealand, Rotorua, SOCIETY OF ARTS
- New Zealand, Auckland, CITY ART GALLERY
- New Zealand, Wellington, NATIONAL ART GALLERY
- New Zealand, Napier
- New Zealand, Wanganui, WHANGANUI REGIONAL MUSEUM
- Australia, Brisbane, QUEENSLAND ART GALLERY
- Australia, Sydney, ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES
- Australia, Hobart, TASMANIAN MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY
- Australia, Melbourne, MELBOURNE ROYAL EXHIBITION BUILDING
- Australia, Adelaide, ART GALLERY OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
- Australia, Perth, ART GALLERY OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA
- UK, London, VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM