Albert Horatio Slade was born in England. A painter, Slade had a photography studio in Toronto, Canada in 1879 and was a resident of San Diego during 1887-91.  While there, he painted scenes of San Diego Bay and the surrounding area. The few examples of his extant work are from the brush of a highly competent painter.  His watercolors and oils are executed in a realistic style similar to that of the Hudson River painters. CD.

Source: Edan Hughes, “Artists in California, 1786-1940”

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