Artistartisan institute new york city


An industrial art college in New York City begun in 1888, its instructors during those early years included Florence E. Cory, textile design; Walter Shirlaw, Charles C. Curran; F. Wellington Ruckstuhl, the sculptor; and George Wharton Edwards, the well-known illustrator. The School was organized by John Ward Stinson. Submitted by Edward Bentley, Art Historian, Lansing, Michigan