Education: Museum Art School, Arts Student League, U. of Oregon, studied under C.S. Price.
Collections: Portland Art Museum, Oregon Historical Society, Timberline Lodge, U. of Oregon, Capitol Collection – Salem, Museum of People’s Art, Pacific University, Hallie Ford Museum, Huntington Collection.
Arthur, Albert’s older brother, also studied at the Arts Students League in New York City, exhibited at the New York World’s fair in 1939 as well as in San Francisco the same year. He painted WPA murals at the University of Oregon and in Pendleton with Martina Gangle Curl. He painted documentation of the shipyard workers during WWII and gained a national reputation for social commentary. He joined his brother at the Oregon Coast for 18 years, but focused more on figures rather than landscapes. He also painted right up to his death dying shortly after his brother. Good friends with Martina Gangle Curl and her husband Hank, Arthur was an active supporter of labor rights.