Arthur Prince Spear

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Arthur Prince Spear is known for his imaginary paintings of nymphs, fauns and under-sea dwellers of an imaginary world of a very personal nature.[1] Arthur Spear could be considered an "American Impressionist" yet he remains in a unique position...His art cannot be so easily classified and Spear belongs in a rare group of painters who have been in the minority of any generation in the history of American Art.[2]



  1. ^ Warren Historical Society
  2. ^ Robert Douglas Hunter
  3. ^ Warren Historical Society Maine and the St. Botolph Club, Boston