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Henry Schnakenberg

 (1892 - 1970)
Henry Ernest Schnakenberg was active/lived in New York, Connecticut.  Henry Schnakenberg is known for landscape, genre, and still-life painting.

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Artist Bulletins for Henry Ernest Schnakenberg


4 archived bulletin(s) below.    (Note:  Bulletins are no longer updatable as of 2015.)

Searching for painting of my uncle
Anne W. (10/02/2014)
I am trying to locate a wonderful portrait painted by Schnakenberg of my uncle, Spencer Cone, in the 1940's. I believe they knew eachother in Vermont. I have black and white photographs of the painting but don't know how to begin tracking down the painting itself. Any advice for me? Many thanks!





PARK IN WINTER
DAVE C (10/25/2008)
I HAVE A PAINTING DONE BY HENRY SCHNAKENBERG CALLED PARK IN WINTER.THE PAINTING HAS BEEN HANDED DOWN FROM MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER ARE YOU FAMILIER WITH THIS PAINTING





Henry Ernest Schnakenberg
Diane I. (05/24/2001)
Does anyone know the ancestry of Henry Ernest Schnakenberg? I am descended from Schnakenbergs in the NY/NJ area, and am currently researching my family history. Most Schnakenbergs originated from a particular area in Germany. I wonder if there is a connection somewhere. If you know anything about this artist's genealogy, please email me at dti@nyc.rr.com. Thank You!!





Painted my father
Martin OSullivan (05/14/2001)
In 1941 This artist painted my father. It wasn't until last year that through the Internet we were able to track down 1 of the 2 paintings he did of my Father at age 16. The other's whereabouts is still unknown. However, from the Archives of the Smithsonian Museum in Washington we enjoyed looking at over 200 archived photos of his paintings until we found my Father's. The NJ Record newspaper did a wonderful article on this painter and my father. As my Father had facinating stories of the two weeks he spent posing for him. If anybody has info on a boy (16) stepping up a hill holding a wooden staff please contact me.





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