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 Ly Stellar Harding  (1881 - 1968)

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Lived/Active: New Jersey / Germany      Known for: landscape, florals, sculpture, educator

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following, submitted by David Haviland, grandson of the artist, is the artist's obituary from the Evening News, Newark, New Jersey, October 9, 1968.


Mrs. Ly Stellar Harding of Montclair, a prominent New Jersey painter and sculptor, died Monday in the East Orange General Hospital.  She was 87.

Mrs. Harding, widow of Dr. Hugo Harding, was born in Germany and traveled the European continent while acquiring her education and art training.  She received most of her training in Paris and Brussels, and came to this country in 1907, studying in Chicago and New York.  She lived at 7 Yale Terrace, Montclair.

Her works, which include paintings in a variety of media and sculptures, have been exhibited in museums and private showings in Europe, and in this country.  The Montclair Art Museum, Newark Museum and State Museum in Trenton have had exhibitions of her works in this state.

Mrs. Harding, who also gave private art lessons throughout the Oranges, was secretary of the Associated Artists of New Jersey.

She married Dr. Harding, a chemist who made some of the first synthetic rubber and artificial silks, in 1915.  Dr. Harding died in 1948.

A memorial service will be held Saturday at 5 p.m., at the Unitarian Church, Montclair.

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