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George H. Hartwell

(1810 -  1901 )
HARTWELL George H. Pair Of Portraits Of A Young Couple.

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Nov 1, 2008
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George H. Hartwell - Portrait Of Mary A. Crockett Of Lincoln, Maine

George H. Hartwell - Portrait Of Mary A. Crockett Of Lincoln, Maine

Original 1939
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Lot number: 89
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Description: George Hartwell (Massachusetts, 1815-1901) Portrait of Mary A. Crockett of Lincoln, Maine Unsigned, identified on a label affixed to the backing board. Oil on canvas, the subject seen full-length, in a pink dress and holding a rose in one hand and a basket of berries in the other, a house visible beyond, 34 1/4 x 28 1/2 in., in a period giltwood frame. Condition: Relined, scattered retouch including to a minor horizontal repair in the subject's left arm. Note: A framed letter written by Clara Endicott Sears, February 27, 1939 describing the painting accompanies the lot. In the letter it is noted that Mary A. Crockett was an aunt of the letter's recipient, Mrs. Gertrude Edwards Pinkham of Lincoln, Massachusetts, and describes the child as "stiff looking" with "a basket in one hand & rose in the other."
George H. Hartwell - Portrait Of A Sea Captain, Reportedly Rufus S. Fales, Esq

George H. Hartwell - Portrait Of A Sea Captain, Reportedly Rufus S. Fales, Esq

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Lot number: 91
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Description: George Hartwell (Massachusetts, 1815-1901) Portrait of a Sea Captain, Reportedly Rufus S. Fales, Esq. (1812-1858) Unsigned, subject identified on a handwritten label affixed to the reverse. Oil on canvas, the subject holding a spyglass and wearing a gray topcoat, 27 x 21 3/4 in., in a giltwood frame. Condition: Surface grime, small puncture l.r
George H. Hartwell -  Portrait Of A Lady Wearing A Red-brown Dress

George H. Hartwell - Portrait Of A Lady Wearing A Red-brown Dress

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Lot number: 90
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Description: George Hartwell (Massachusetts, 1815-1901) Portrait of a Lady Wearing a Red-brown Dress Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 27 1/2 x 22 1/4 in., in a mahogany veneer frame. Condition: Tacking edge brittle and re-affixed to stretcher
George H. Hartwell - A Primitive Portrait Of A Boy Reading A Book Seated In A Chair

George H. Hartwell - A Primitive Portrait Of A Boy Reading A Book Seated In A Chair

Attributed 1835
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Lot number: 860
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Attributed to

GEORGE G. HARTWELL
(American 1815-1901)

A Primitive Portrait of a Boy Reading a Book Seated in a Chair-

circa 1835

Oil on wood panel

Unsigned

34.5 inches x 25 inches
George H. Hartwell - Pair Of Portraits Of A Young Couple.

George H. Hartwell - Pair Of Portraits Of A Young Couple.

Attributed 1840
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Lot number: 534
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Attributed to George G. Hartwell (American,1815-1901)
Pair of Portraits of a Young Couple.
Unsigned. Oil onpaperboard, c. 1840, showing the woman seated on a red-paintedchair, wearing a comb in her hair, a black dress with lace trim andholding a book; the man is wearing a striped tie, white shirt andblack jacket, 24 x 20 in., in painted molded wood frames.Condition: Very good, very minor spots of paint loss on backgroundof man.
Provenance: Mary Allis and Barry Cohen.

Frames are probably original but have been repainted.
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