Hardenbergh paintingCharles Holm
I have an oval oil on panel of two dead woodcock gamebirds hanging from a nail. The background is painted to look like knotty pine boards and it is signed on the lower corner G. R. Hardenbergh, 1903. This has been in our family since 1963 and originally belonged to a banker named Foster from Brandon, Wisconsin. Any information would be appreciated.
Gerard Rutgers Hardenbergh PaintingWilliam R. Matteson
I have a painting signed in lower left corner by Hardenberg. Watercolor of autumn landscape reflected in a pond with a farmhouse and wall in the distance,
approx. 10"x24". Looking for info on what location might be.
Watercolors By G.R. HardenberghMichelle Kane
I have 5 or 6 original watercolor paintings done by this popular artist dated in the late 1800's. I am looking for someone to shed some light on this artist.
response to ANNtom van nostrand
Hi Ann, sounds like a good painting. It seems like it may be two men collecting salt hay. Interesting subject matter!! I've been a collector of his work for over 30 years. I live on the Barnegat bay where Gerard lived and painted. I would love to see a picture of the piece if you can send a photo to my email I will be able to give more info. Thanks, Tom
WATERCOLOR BY GEARD HARDENBERGHANN M. LAVELLE
I AM LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON A WATERCOLOR BY ABOVE ARTIST, IT IS 20" X 10" OF TWO MEN FISHING ON WHAT LOOKS TO BE A BOAT LOADED WITH HAY, THE BOAT HAS TWO SAILS, IT IS SIGNED IN THE LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER AND DATED 1900. NO TITLE BUT TWO OTHER SAILBOATS ARE ALMOST IN SHADOWS IN THE DISTANCE. WOULD APPRECIATE ANY FEEDBACK. HAVE HAD THIS SINCE 1966,INHERITED BY A RELATIVE WHO LIVED IN NEW JERSEY. THANK YOU