George Henry Hall

1825-1913 American painter. Brought up in Boston, he began his career as an artist at the age of 16. In 1849 he travelled with his friend Eastman Johnson to D?sseldorf. Hall studied at the K?nigliche Akademie for about a year, and after a further two years of study in Paris and Rome he returned in 1852 to New York where he settled. However, he remained an enthusiastic traveller and spent a total of more than 20 years abroad.

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George Henry Hall Figs, Pomegranates, Grapes and Brass Plate oil painting


Figs, Pomegranates, Grapes and Brass Plate
Painting ID::  4055
Artist: George Henry Hall
Painting: Figs, Pomegranates, Grapes and Brass Plate
Introduction: 1887
   
   
     

George Henry Hall Self-Portrait oil painting


Self-Portrait
Painting ID::  70959
Artist: George Henry Hall
Painting: Self-Portrait
Introduction: ca. 1845(1845) Oil on canvas 75 x 62.2 cm (29.53 x 24.49 in)
   
   
     

George Henry Hall Peaches, Grapes and Cherries oil painting


Peaches, Grapes and Cherries
Painting ID::  70995
Artist: George Henry Hall
Painting: Peaches, Grapes and Cherries
Introduction: between 1860(1860) and 1870(1870) Oil on canvas 32.1 x 41.1 cm (12.64 x 16.18 in)
   
   
     

George Henry Hall Grapes and Cherries oil painting


Grapes and Cherries
Painting ID::  71968
Artist: George Henry Hall
Painting: Grapes and Cherries
Introduction: Date between 1860(1860) and 1870(1870) Dimensions 32.1 X 41.1 cm (12.64 X 16.18 in)
   
   
     

George Henry Hall Peaches Grapes and Cherries oil painting


Peaches Grapes and Cherries
Painting ID::  72089
Artist: George Henry Hall
Painting: Peaches Grapes and Cherries
Introduction: Date between 1860(1860) and 1870(1870) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 32.1 X 41.1 cm (12.64 X 16.18 in) cyf
   
   
     

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     1825-1913 American painter. Brought up in Boston, he began his career as an artist at the age of 16. In 1849 he travelled with his friend Eastman Johnson to D?sseldorf. Hall studied at the K?nigliche Akademie for about a year, and after a further two years of study in Paris and Rome he returned in 1852 to New York where he settled. However, he remained an enthusiastic traveller and spent a total of more than 20 years abroad.