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 Harry R. Lorandi  (late 19th century)

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Lived/Active: Pennsylvania      Known for: portrait painting, church decoration

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
The following is from Robert C. Leberman, a great, great nephew of the artist.

Re: Harry Lorandi of Philadelphia, who was a great, great uncle of mine. A family history, History of the Fake (Veeck, Feg, Feck) Family (no date) pub. Saul Printing Co, Denver, PA), however, does provide a little information, but no birth or death dates. It notes he married Leah Leberman, and "she married Harry Lorandi of Philadelphia, who was widely known as an artist.

Among others, he painted the portraits of Emanuel and Nellie Fake. He decorated the interior of the Green Point U. B. Church, and other public buildings of that area. Leah died June 28, 1902 , and is buried at Philadelphia". They had two daughters: Gertrude Lorandi and Isabel Lorandi; Gertrude was artistic and painted china --both are buried in Philadelphia.

We have, in our family, three portraits by Harry Lorandi, one full size of Jacob L. Leberman (1860s), one of his son Henry Leberman, and another of Henry's wife Flora Houtz Leberman, the latter two painted in the late 1890s.

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