2 framed prints of paintings by Bettie Hebert-Felder
I have 2 pictures (prints) both signed
Bettie Hebert-Felder, Thru God's grace. They are in the original frames original backing no damage done whatsoever. They are:
1 - entitled "From the Cutting Garden" which has a basket placed down on the grass. The basket in the painting was her great-grandmother's; it is filled with blooms in mauve and lavender, peach, cream and white blooms. The paper about the painting, describes the symbolism within "Three tiny birds in the distant sky represent the Trinity--the Father, the Son, the Holy Spirit. In the language the flowers, roses remind us of the Rose of Sharon (Song of Song 2:1) morning glory symbolizes affection; zinnias the thought of a friend, stocks, lasting beauty; and bachelor's buttons, single blessedness. The ivy reminds of us John 15:5..."I am the vine and you are the branches". Item No. 1321.
2 - entitled "The Garden Party"
The paper explaining the painting states: The gorgeous look at the turn of the century...a time of elegant parties where galent gentlemen ecorted lovely ladies..is captured in spledid detail in a painting by Bettie Hebert-Felder. In this portrait a young lady is dressed in layers of fine lace with delicate huess of ivory, mauves and lilac.With upswept hair and large hat decorated with roses and lace she is the epitome of refinement as as she pauses in a pensive moment, daintily toying with her pearls. within the painting Bettie has included hidden symbols: In the flowers of the hat the roses represent the Rose of Sharon (Song of Song 2:1); in the language of flowers, the lilacs symbolizes love's first emotions; the ivy reminds of John 15;5..'I am the vine and you are the branches.' Her pearls symbolize the 'pearl of great price' (Matthew 13:46)
It also states "She signs all of her paintings, "thru God's grace"-a reminder of her heartfelt belief that, "it's His grace that allows me to paint". Until the death of her father, in 1991, Bettie had signed her paintings, "Bettie Felder", her married name. Now she has expanded her name to "Hebert-Felder" to honor her father's memory. Item 1324
I love both of these; they are displayed in my home. I purchased these in the 1990's.
Would you be able to advise me their value. I do not want to sell them. I love them; and want to keep them in my family.
Thank you Bettie Hebert-Felder for using the gifts God gave you to show your love of God and to share your talent for others to behold and enjoy!
I have a painting of bettie felder but I don't know how much its for
Little girls picking flowers church in back
Thru Gods Grace
I have 2 paintings in the original frames original backing no damage done to them whatsoever.. 1 is a carriage going to the park the other 1 is 2 ladies dining simply at a small table.. I hope to get a response so that I may know if these are worth anything they were given to me by an elderly lady whom I was caring for before she passed on
Bettie Felder oil paintings
We have three original oil paintings by Bettie Felder that we purchased in Houston, TX in the early 70's. One is a bird's nest with robin's eggs in it, nestled among delicate branches in a misty type setting. It is oval shaped shaped and framed in a simple wooden gold frame, measuring 15" top to bottom. One is a large rectangular 16x20 painting of the back of a small blonde-headed little girl peering around the trunk of a tree with some daisies in the surrounding grass. It is in a dark green frame with a small gold bordered beige mat The other is a slender,19 1/2 x 9 rectangular painting of an upside down vegetable basket next to a fence post surrounded by golden grasses and a few daisies and brown-eyed Susans. The framing is three layers - - a muslin type material next to the painting, with a thin yellow wooden frame on top of that and then an outer natural dark brown frame. We are interested in knowing the value of these paintings.
Thru Gods Grace
I recently purchased a painting by Betie Felder which shows 3 little girls having a tea party in the yard in front of a home. Can you tell me anything about it?
Thru God's Grace Painting
I have one of Betty's painting as well. It is of a women and two little girls feeding some swans by a river. I'm not sure how old the picture is but appears to be in good condition. My grandma had it before she passed away. I think she bought it a a garage sale over 10 yrs ago.
I purchased a painting by Bettie Felder at a church yard sale. It is of a garden that women, men and children are painted in victorian dress. I would love to know more about it. The lady in the foreground is in purple and peach with a little girl in lavander and white. To the right is a lady in yellow and further back a lady in burgundy with a baby in white sitting on the grass. Then there is a a couple walking away in the background. I would love to have information on this beautiful work or art.
I have a painting of 3 girls in a field with a short stone wall behind them. can someone please tell me about it? thank you chris sellers
Bettie Hebert-Felder Painting
Bettie is my Aunt. My mother and her are sisters. She is alive and well. She lives with my Uncle in Greenville, Texas. She was born in Tennessee and lived there in her early years.
The little girl holding the cat is my youngest daughter, Sabrina.
Bettie Hebert-Felder Painting
We have a painting by Ms. Felder that depicts a little girl holding a cat in what appears to be a garden setting. Any comments are most appreciated. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thru God's Grace-Marianne 1/11/09
Marianne, Bettie Felder is very much alive and she lives in Texas! She is an amazing woman - Artist, Christian Speaker, etc. She has a website.
Thru God's Grace
I was given a picture of Bettie Felder's "Thru God's grace" '81 recently. It is signed and dated. It depicts girls picking flowers with a church on the mid-left side. Does anyone know what it might be worth or any history about Bettie Felder? Somewhere I read she was from Tennessee. I was wondering if she is still living. ANY info would be appreciated. God bless and thank you. M