Haystacks, signed/dated 1948 verso,
19 3/8" x 25.25" unframed.
Cutting Firewood, watercolor, signed,
21 5/8" x 29 5/8" unframed.
About the Paintings: Both are in very good condition.
About the Artist:
Birth place: Berkeley, CA
Addresses: New Canaan, CT
Studied: Univ. Pennsylvania,
M.B.A.; also with Herb Olsen.
Exhibited: AWS, 1953-1954 (Zabriskie
Award), 1955-1956 ( D. H. Tribble
1957,1958; All. A. Am., 1953-1955
Award), 1956, 1958; New Jersey
WC Soc., 1953-1958;
Conn. WC Soc., 1955-1958; SC,
Silvermine Gld. A., 1955-1958;
SC, 1956 (Howard
Member: SC; AWS (1954-1974);
Conn. WC Soc.;
Silvermine Gld. A.; Royal Soc.
Arcier was married to Caroline
and was buired in his wife's
in Hartwick Union Cemetery, Otsego
(New York). Mrs. Arcier was listed
Metropolitan Museum of Art in
the Donors of Money and Securities,
more is known of her life and
to her husband's career.
Obituary: (The Bridgeport Post, July 21, 1973) Joseph
Wiliam Arcier, 63, a retired
of the Craig-Craely Nothing Manufacturing* firm of ·!ev York (garbled), died Thursday in Cooperstown, N.Y., while
visiting there. Memorial services
conducted in New Canaan at a
time 'to be
announced'. A graduate of the
of Pennsylvania's Wharton School
and Commerce, Mr. Arcier began
in 1921 with the R. H. Macy company
worked for the Bestform company
and the International
Latex Corporation. He retired
in 1966. He was.a fellow of the
of the Arts in London. Survivors
wife, Mrs, Caroline Calvert Barlow
his mother, Mrs. Dora Arcier
Park, N.J.; and a brother, Charles
of Cuddibackville, N.Y.
* Craig-Craely was a manufacturer of fashion
apparel, and it is assumed that
role was advertising (see image
election to the American Watercolor
while engaging in what must have
industrial employment speaks
his talent and the recognition
he was accorded.
Haystacks, $ 295.00 Sawing Firewood, $ 195.00 inclusive of S/H/I*
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