Stanley Huber Wood Biography

Born on September 12, 1884 in Bordentown, NJ.  Wood was educated at the Drexel Institute where he studied engineering and architecture.  After moving to California in 1920, he lived in Carmel and San Franciso until WWII.   His illustrations often were in Fortune magazine.  Wood died in Los Angeles on July 28, 1949.
Exhibited: California State Fair, 1920 (first prize); San Francisco Art Association, 1921-1931 (prizes); Carmel Art Association, 1920’s Berkeley League of Fine Art, 1924; Santa Cruz Art League, 1928 (first prize); De Young Museum, 1932, 1935; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1942; California Watercolor Society, 1945-1949.
Works held: Mills College, Oakland; Brooklyn Museum.