H. A. Duessel
My mother said her Grandfather was friends with a painter in the late 1800's. She said this painter gave him paintings he was practicing on.
I have 7 paintings unsigned, but are paintings of panoramic landscapes, coastal, and marine paintings. These are all the kinds of scenes that Duessel painted. Being that 7 are unsigned and 1 is signed. That could be Duessel's first signed painting. And the 7 could be his earliest works. All the paintings are beautiful and I'm having them appraised by Skinner in Boston. Both my great-grandfather and Duessel lived in the NY area.
I have had an original oil of H.A. Duessel in my family for as long as I can remember. It is in excellent condition, with the original frame, titled "Morning on the East Coast of Maine." Measures approx. 4 ft by 3 ft. It is a seascape with a rocky cliff on one side and the skeleton of a wrecked ship with other ships off in the distance. Does anyone have any info on this picture?
Alan L Young
Cross Mountain picture
I bought a large old ornate picture signed H.A.Duessel 1892. Mountain with stream.
Can any one tell me anything. Thank You
Alan L Young
I have a 7x9 print of trees with a brook running throught it. I bought it at a art sale. It is numbered 7648. It has writing in the corner that looks like Campbell Co with a C that is circled. Does anyone know anything about this print?
Bought this framed, I'm guessing a print. It is signed by H.A. Duessel and dated 1892. Whatever it is it is very very old. It is a picture of the Cross mountain, I think it is in Colorado. The mountain is in the background and there is a stream in the foreground. Any ideas on this painting? I'm not much on artist, but I really liked this print. Thanks for feed back.
I am looking for information on Henry Duessel. Does anyone have information on him or any books he is referenced in? Thank you - Tony
An uncle of mine bought in 1950 an autum landscape by Duessel and took it with him to the Netherlands. It is in good shape with a beautiful frame. 80 cm wide 50 cm high.