New to artRobert
I just want to,know more about paintings I have a painting signed hamilton
Etching C. 1876Alice Hawrilenko
I hope someone can help me to identify and perhaps roughly value this piece? This etching was part of a portfolio of work by members of the New York Etching Society. All the other etchings came with a title sheet. This one did not. Like the others in the collection, this etching is stamped "copy 16" in red in the lower left corner of the print. It is signed "Hamilton Hamilton" in pencil in the lower left corner of the print. To the lower right is the imprint of a butterfly. The subject is 3 women in a dory. The woman seated to the stern is holding a parasol and looking toward the bow of the boat. The woman in the center is rowing the boat and looking toward the artist. The woman in the bow is reaching out to hold a cattail. I just had this framed professionally as it has been held in the portfolio its entire life and the portfolio was disintegrating. I was also concerned that the etching itself might disappear if I did nothing to preserve it. The matted and framed size is now 33X29. Any information would be appreciated.
Bought what appears to be a print of a Hamilton Hamilton etching titled "When The Swallows Homeward Fly". It is double signed in lower left corner, copyrighted by Fishel, Adler, and Schwartz NY 1887.
Appears to be in original wood frame, we had the broken glass replaced at which point we found a 1889 Chicago Tribune as a backing. I have always been intrigued by it, but know nothing about it or HH. Open to any information pertaining to it.
I have a beautiful landscape that is only signed Hamilton in right hand corner in all capital letters. DId Hamilton ever sign his pieces with just one Hamilton?
Robin Stelmachrobin stelmach
About two years ago I sold a hamilton hamilton that was found in buffalo ny for 52,ooo in at a conneticut auction house. I think it was probably one of his best works. As hamilton went west he must have stoped in buffalo. After the painting sold I found out there was a left bid for 100,000. Good luck to all of you who have a hamilton hamilton I know that there are three more that were thought to be in the same house that were not found .I'm still looking.My shop phone is 5855892380
Hamilton Hamilton in ColoradoSteve Andreas
H. H. Reportedly painted 47 paintings in Colorado in 1873. I would like to know the origin of this number, and if there is any other information about these paintings available somewhere. I own one of them that I am very fond of, an oil on board, "The Old Spruce" (actually a pine) bought at Skinners' auction 5-20-2005. (NFS)
I have a very large etching signed in the plate Hamilton Hamilton. It has no date but is also marked Max Jacoby, New York, Publisher. Would like information on when it was done and if in an edition or just as an artists proof. Thanks
Hamilton Hamilton lived in the house I currently live in, in the Silvermine section of New Canaan (across the street from the Silvermine Art Guild, where HH was a founding member). I own two of his works.
Hamilton in St IvesDavid Tovey
Hamilton Hamilton stayed in St Ives, Cornwall in 1895 with John Carleton Wiggins. I am writing a book on the St Ives colony - please contact me if you know of any Cornish work.
girl on a dorymary
I do not know the real name of the work. It is in black ink. Signed Hamilton Hamilton 1885. Would like more information. Thank you, Mary