"Sumptuous Studio Just Opened Causes Sensation In Art Circles"
(1902), two-thirds of a full-page article with five engravings. About A.A. Anderson, "painter,
ranchman and man of affairs," his studio and suite of rooms at the top of the Bryant Park
Studio Building, 42nd St. & 6th Ave., Manhattan, which building Anderson himself put up for
the benefit of brother artists who also had found that true art pays. Beginning at the end of
the fourth of thirteen paragraphs, we are witness to:
"...The noiseless man servant appears and shows one up the traditional winding stair, untraditionally
built of polished wood and glowing in the soft, mellow light of stained glass windows.
1 Brooklyn Daily Eagle,
April 6, 1902, pg.