Charles Frank Arcieri

(American, 1885 – 1945)

Charles Frank Arcieri was born in San Francisco, California in 1885. He studied at Mark Hopkins Art Institute in his hometown under Charles Judson, Frank Van Sloun and Theodore Wores. Arcieri moved to New York City during the late 1920s and exhibited there with the National Academy of Design. The painter and illustrator favored lush colorful impressionistic landscapes and portraits. He specialized in figures. In 1933, Arcieri moved to Grantwood, New Jersey, continuing to exhibit with the National Academy of Design. He passed away in 1945.

  • Studied
  • Mark Hopkins Art Institute with Charles Judson, Frank Van Sloun and Theodore Wores
  • Member
  • Salons of America
  • Exhibited
  • National Academy of Design, 1930-34
  • Salons of America
  • References
  • Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art 1564-1975
  • Hughes, Artists in California: 1786-1940
  • Marlor, The Salons of America
  • Falk (ed.), The Annual Exhibition Record, National Academy of Design 1901-1950
  • Falk (ed.), Who Was Who in American Art, Artists Active 1898-1947
  • Mallett, Index of Artists, International-Biographical