(born c. 1814)
Hermann M. Groenland was active/lived in Ohio / Germany. Hermann Groenland is known for portrait, landscape, marine, allegorical, and historical painting.
Biography Hermann Groenland
Hermann M. Groenland (1814 -)
A painter of portrait, landscape, marine, allegorical, literary, and historical subjects, was born in Hamburg, Germany, about 1814. By 1844 he had settled in Cincinnati, where, in addition to his painting, he was noted for his singing. In 1845 he exhibited, in the Ohio Mechanics' Institute, a Portrait of Guttenberg [sic] (after Van Dyke) and in 1852 Washington Welcoming Lafayette in Heaven. In 1860, as the partner of Charles J Lustig, he was in the map coloring and mounting business, at which he was still work in 1880. He served his state of Ohio in the Civil War; being commissioned a Second Lieutenant of the One Hundred and Eighth Regiment. He resigned in Febr
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