ARG0001vpc - Is it a ETG?
Is it ETG? and not distant spiral?
It's a disk galaxy, a spiral in fact.
From PhotoObj, some of the parameters for distinguishing 'elliptical' from 'spiral' (fraDev=0 surely a spiral; =1, likely an elliptical):
fracDev_u=0, fracDev_g=0, fracDev_r=0.16, fracDev_i=0.39, even fracDev_z^=0.43!
If it is indeed the host, it's likely a very good SDRAGN candidate!!
Overlay on order ...
^the redder the band, the more likely fracDev will be closer to 1; this is because most spirals have much bluer arms/disks than their bulges, so a red band will 'see' the bulge as more prominent. Most bulges are 'elliptical'.
SDSS / FIRST
Green SDSS obj / Blue WISE sources
SDSS J153201.20+272542.8 is a star according to SDSS pipeline
Coincidental overlap of two unrelated, distorted #hourglass, one (S) with no SDSS host?