Stanley Wingate Woodward
Stanley Wingate Woodward was born in Malden, Massachusetts, as one of eight children and a twin to Sidney Woodward, who later became an art dealer and critic. Stanley studied art at the Eric Pape School of Art, the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. His artistic career was interrupted during World War I when he served as a Corporal in the Field Artillery in France, and for World War II when he joined the Air Corps in Tacoma, Washington. Woodward settled in Ogunquit, Maine, and supported himself through freelance illustrations for Collier’s Magazine and Christian Science Monitor, where Sidney was an art editor. In 1919 he made his first sketching trip to Marblehead, Massachusetts, and quickly made friends with North Shore artists Aldro Hibbard, Anthony Thieme, and William Lester Stevens, who introduced him to the region. Woodward became happily immersed in the nearby Rockport artists’ colony. By 1937, he established the Woodward Outdoor Painting School in Rockport and maintained a residence and studio in town.
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