Herman Hartwich (1853-1926)

A painter of bucolic landscapes, Herman Hartwich was born in New York City and was taught to paint by his father, then studied in Munich, Germany from 1881 to 1885 where he established a studio. Hartwich was also in Paris, where he exhibited at the Paris Salon six times, winning a prize in 1892. He returned to New York in 1894. Exhibition venues included the National Academy of Design and the St. Louis Exposition of 1904. He exhibited in Europe and won several gold and silver medals, including second prize at the 1901 Champs-Elysées Salon.

Train in the Marshes, 1893

by Herman Hartwich (1853-1926)

Medium DetailOil on canvas
Dimensions10 x 13 ½ inches; Framed: 20 x 23 ½ inches
Signed LocationSigned and dated, lower left
Date Created1893

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