Antonio Guadalupe

Painter born in 1941 in the Cibao region, in the city of Moca, the Dominican Republic. He studied art with Professor Poncio Salcedo. In 1959 he received a scholarship to study art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Santo Domingo where Gilberto Hernandez Ortega was his teacher. In 1965, he moved to New York City where he studied with Professor Prillo Grinilli of ItalianDominican Antonio Guadalupe nationality and also was a professor in color therapy, receiving high praise. During that time he exhibited in important galleries in the city. In 1967, Guadalupe returned to his home town and people in the central region city of Moca, encouraged by Ms. Aida Cartagena Portalatín and led by Dr. Maximo Aviles Blonda. He then founded the Academy of Art Vincent Van Gogh, now the School of Fine Arts in the city of Moca. Antonio Guadalupe has made a number of solo and group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. His most recent exhibition was held in the Caribbean island of Martinique, where he was greatly praised by international art critics. His works of art are in the hands of private collectors worldwide.


Pintor nacido en 1941 en la región del Cibao, en la ciudad de Moca, República Dominicana. Estudió arte con el Profesor Poncio Salcedo. En 1959 recibió una beca para estudiar arte en la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes en Santo Domingo donde estaba su profesor Gilberto Hernández Ortega. En 1965, se trasladó a New York en donde estudió con el Profesor Prillo Grinilli de nacionalidad italiana y también era profesor en terapia del color. Durante ese tiempo exhibió en galerías importantes en la ciudad. En 1967, volvió a su gente en Moca, alentado por Aida Cartagena de Portalatín y conducido por el Dr. Máximo Avilés Blonda, y fundo la Academia de Arte Vincent Van Gogh, ahora la Escuela de Bellas Artes de la ciudad Moca. Ha hecho un número de exposiciones a solas y en grupo, tanto nacional como internacionalmente. Su exposición más reciente fue en la isla de Martinica, en donde los críticos internacionales le elogiaron grandemente. Sus trabajos están en las manos de colectores privados por todo el mundo.

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Paulette Humbert

Born in 1904 in Paris and died in 1994, is a cartoonist, Illustrator and a French painter. Has illustrated many books, including Poil de Carotte Jules Renard; Dominique of Eugene Fromentin; Les Amours de Ronsard de Pierre Ronsard; and Life and Adventures of Salavin Pierre (1959) by Georges Duhamel. Other works are Vecinity of Ribeauvillé, drawing, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg;French Paulette Humbert The Tree of Baron Taine, print, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg; The Visit, drawing, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg; The Banks of the Dordogne, print, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg; and Landscape with a Church, print, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Strasbourg.


Nació en 1904 en París y murió en 1994, es una dibujante, ilustradora y pintora Francesa. Ha ilustrado muchos libros, incluyendo Poil de Carotte Jules Renard; Dominique de Eugene Fromentin; Les Amours de Ronsard Pierre de Ronsard; y la vida y aventuras de Salavin Pierre (1959) de Georges Duhamel. Otras obras son Vecinity de Ribeauvillé, dibujo, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Estrasburgo;French Paulette Humbert El árbol de Baron Taine, imprimir, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Estrasburgo; La visita, dibujo, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Estrasburgo; Los bancos de la Dordogne, imprimir, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Estrasburgo; y Paisaje con una iglesia, imprimir, Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Estrasburgo.

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George Hausdorf

German artist who worked in Germany, the Dominican Republic and the United States. He produced works in oils, watercolors, pastels and charcoals, as well as engravings. Subjects included landscapes, still life, portraits, cityscapes and genre scenes. Hausdorf was born in Breslau, Germany, now Wroclaw, Poland in 1894. He studied art in Berlin and continued his training in Holland. Afterwards, he returned to Berlin to work as an art teacher. He later moved to Hamburg, where he founded a painting academy that he directed for 20 years. Of Jewish descent, went into exile in the Dominican Republic in the year 1939 due to the Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany.

After arriving in the Dominican Republic, he started a private art school in Santo Domingo city. He had his first solo exhibition in the Dominican Republic in 1939, and participated in numerous exhibitions and Biennials art shows over the next few years. He became a professor at the National School of Fine Arts when it opened in 1942 in Santo Domingo.

His students included notable Dominican artists like Gilberto Hernandez Ortega, Clara Ledesma, Eligio Pichardo and Ada Balcácer. His paintings evolved in the Dominican Republic to incorporate a tropical palette of vivid blues, greens and yellows, as well as scenes of rural daily life. In 1948, moved to New York, where his art changed once again to reflect his new surroundings. His palette softened and his range of subjects expanded to include cityscapes and sidewalk scenes. He participated in numerous exhibitions in Europe, the Dominican Republic and the United States. A retrospective of his work was held in the Bellapart Museum in Santo Domingo in 2005. He died in New York in 1959.


Artista alemán que trabajó en Alemania, República Dominicana y los Estados Unidos. Realizó trabajos en aceites, acuarelas, pasteles y carbón, así como grabados. Temas incluyen paisajes, bodegones, retratos, paisajes urbanos y escenas de género. Nació en Breslau, Alemania, ahora Wroclaw, Polonia en 1894. Estudió arte en Berlín y continuó su formación en Holanda. Luego se dirigió a Berlín para trabajar como profesor de arte. Más tarde se trasladó a Hamburgo donde fundó una Academia de pintura que dirigió durante 20 años.

De ascendencia judía, salió al exilio a la República Dominicana en 1939 debido a la persecución Nazi de los judíos en Alemania durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Después de llegar a la República Dominicana comenzó la creación de una escuela privada de arte en la ciudad de Santo Domingo. Tuvo su primera exposición individual en la República Dominicana en el año 1939 y participó en numerosas exposiciones y muestras de Bienal de Arte en los siguientes años. Se convirtió en profesor de la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes cuando se inauguró en 1942. Sus estudiantes incluyen a notables artistas dominicanos como Gilberto Hernández Ortega, Eligio Pichardo, Clara Ledesma y Ada Balcácer. Sus pinturas evolucionaron en la República Dominicana para incorporar una paleta tropical de vivos colores azules, verdes y amarillos, así como escenas de la vida cotidiana rural y costera del país.

En 1948, se trasladó a la ciudad de Nueva York, donde su arte cambió una vez más para reflejar su nuevo entorno. Suavizó su paleta de colores y su gama de temas se amplió para incluir escenas de paisajes urbanos. Participó en numerosas exposiciones en Europa, la República Dominicana y los Estados Unidos. En Santo Domingo se realizó una retrospectiva de su obra en el Museo Bellapart en el año 2005. Murió en Nueva York en 1959.

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Ada Balcacer

Dominican painter and was born in 1930. She joined a movement that arose in the Nueva Imagen in 1972. She is a graduate of the National School of Fine Arts and has won several national and international awards, including the "E. Leon Jimenez” and made many solo exhibitions. Painter, Muralist and Professor of Art at Santo Domingo University and Altos de Chavon School of Design, affiliated to Parsons School of Design in New York City. She left her native country, Dominican Republic in 1951, after four years of academic training at the National Fine Arts School of Santo Domingo from European teachers who migrated from Spain and Germany during World War Two. She then studied and worked in New York City for twelve years. After she returned home, her work became well known and is present in art collections of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, United States of America, Canada, Brazil, Spain and Italy. In the year 2000 she returned to the USA, and settled into her new studio in Miami, Florida.


Pintora dominicana que nació en 1930. Ella ensambló un movimiento llamado la Nueva Imagen en 1972. Graduada de la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes. Ha ganado varios premios nacionales e internacionales, incluyendo el “E. León Jiménez” y ha hecho muchas exposiciones a solas. Pintora, Muralista y profesora de arte en la universidad y en Altos de Chavón School de Santo Domingo del diseño, afiliada a la escuela de los Parsons del diseño en New York City. Salió de su país, República Dominicana en 1951, después de cuatro años de entrenamiento académico en la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes de Santo Domingo con los profesores europeos que emigraron de España y de Alemania durante la segunda guerra mundial. Ella después estudió y trabajó en New York City por doce años. Después de su regreso logro que su trabajo fuera bien reconocido y esta presente en colecciones de arte de la República Dominicana, Puerto Rico, E.E.U.U., Canadá, Brasil, España, y de Italia. En el año 2000 ella volvió a los E.E.U.U., y dio apertura a su estudio nuevo en Miami, Florida.

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Georgia Friedeberg

German artist who worked in Germany, the Dominican Republic and the United States. He produced works in oils, watercolors, pastels and charcoals, as well as engravings. Subjects included landscapes, still life, portraits, cityscapes and genre scenes. Hausdorf was born in Breslau, Germany, now Wroclaw, Poland in 1894. He studied art in Berlin and continued his training in Holland. Afterwards, he returned to Berlin to work as an art teacher. He later moved to Hamburg, where he founded a painting academy that he directed for 20 years. Of Jewish descent, went into exile in the Dominican Republic in the year 1939 due to the Nazi persecution of Jews in Germany. After arriving in the Dominican Republic, he started a private art school in Santo Domingo city. He had his first solo exhibition in the Dominican Republic in 1939, and participated in numerous exhibitions and Biennials art shows over the next few years. He became a professor at the National School of Fine Arts when it opened in 1942 in Santo Domingo.

His students included notable Dominican artists like Gilberto Hernandez Ortega, Clara Ledesma, Eligio Pichardo and Ada Balcácer. His paintings evolved in the Dominican Republic to incorporate a tropical palette of vivid blues, greens and yellows, as well as scenes of rural daily life. In 1948, moved to New York, where his art changed once again to reflect his new surroundings. His palette softened and his range of subjects expanded to include cityscapes and sidewalk scenes. He participated in numerous exhibitions in Europe, the Dominican Republic and the United States. A retrospective of his work was held in the Bellapart Museum in Santo Domingo in 2005. He died in New York in 1959.


Artista alemán que trabajó en Alemania, República Dominicana y los Estados Unidos. Realizó trabajos en aceites, acuarelas, pasteles y carbón, así como grabados. Temas incluyen paisajes, bodegones, retratos, paisajes urbanos y escenas de género. Nació en Breslau, Alemania, ahora Wroclaw, Polonia en 1894. Estudió arte en Berlín y continuó su formación en Holanda. Luego se dirigió a Berlín para trabajar como profesor de arte. Más tarde se trasladó a Hamburgo donde fundó una Academia de pintura que dirigió durante 20 años.

De ascendencia judía, salió al exilio a la República Dominicana en 1939 debido a la persecución Nazi de los judíos en Alemania durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Después de llegar a la República Dominicana comenzó la creación de una escuela privada de arte en la ciudad de Santo Domingo. Tuvo su primera exposición individual en la República Dominicana en el año 1939 y participó en numerosas exposiciones y muestras de Bienal de Arte en los siguientes años. Se convirtió en profesor de la Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes cuando se inauguró en 1942. Sus estudiantes incluyen a notables artistas dominicanos como Gilberto Hernández Ortega, Eligio Pichardo, Clara Ledesma y Ada Balcácer. Sus pinturas evolucionaron en la República Dominicana para incorporar una paleta tropical de vivos colores azules, verdes y amarillos, así como escenas de la vida cotidiana rural y costera del país. En 1948, se trasladó a la ciudad de Nueva York, donde su arte cambió una vez más para reflejar su nuevo entorno. Suavizó su paleta de colores y su gama de temas se amplió para incluir escenas de paisajes urbanos. Participó en numerosas exposiciones en Europa, la República Dominicana y los Estados Unidos. En Santo Domingo se realizó una retrospectiva de su obra en el Museo Bellapart en el año 2005. Murió en Nueva York en 1959.

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George Biddle

American artist born in 1885 and best known for his social realism, combat art, and his strong advocacy of government sponsored art projects. A native of Philadelphia, Biddle was a lawyer by training whose passion for art led him to abandon his original profession and travel the world to study and compose. Born to an established Philadelphia family, attended the elite Groton School (where he was a classmate of Franklin D. Roosevelt). He completed his undergraduate studies and later earned a law degree from Harvard (1908 and 1911, respectively).

By the end of 1911 he had left the United States to study at the Académie Julian in Paris. In the next two years he studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Returning to Europe in 1914, spent time in Munich and Madrid, studying printmaking in the Spanish capital, before trying his hand at impressionism in France. As he remembered “….I gobbled up museums, French Impressionism, cubism, futurism, and the old masters. I copied Velasquez in Madrid and Rubens in Munich….” In 1917, with the United States entry into the First World War, enlisted in the army. In the early interwar period he continued his studies in locations such as Tahiti, and returned to France in 1924. In 1928 went on a sketching trip through Mexico with Diego Rivera.

Prior to his Mexican travels, he had returned to the United States in 1927 and established a printing shop in New York, where he “began to explore the variety and richness of technique and expressionism possible in lithography”, a medium which he hoped would “popularize American art by making it better known to the American public”.

In the 1930s, became a champion of social art and strongly advocated government funding for artistic endeavors. His correspondence with his former classmate (and recently elected president) Franklin Roosevelt. Even contributed to the establishment of the Federal Art Project, an arm of the Works Progress Administration that produced several hundred thousand pieces of publicly funded art. Himself completed a mural titled The Tenement for the Justice Department building in Washington, D.C. and made sketches of the opera Porgy and Bess during its late 1930s tour. His works were exhibited at the 1939 New York World's Fair. During these years also wrote several books and taught at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. Biddle was hired in 1940, along with eight other prominent American artists, to document dramatic scenes and characters during the production of the film The Long Voyage Home, a cinematic adaptation of Eugene O'Neill's plays.

During World War II, was appointed chairman of the United States Department of War's Art Advisory Committee and served to recruit artists to that body. Himself traveled through Algeria, Tunisia, Sicily, and Italy with the 3rd Infantry Division and produced works documenting that unit's activities. He wrote a book on his war travels: Artist at War Tunisia-Sicily-Italy, Viking Press, 1944. When the Art Advisory Committee was disbanded, he produced combat art for Life magazine. In 1950, was appointed to the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts, serving until 1951 and again from 1953 to 1955. He died on November 6, 1973, in Croton-on-Hudson, New York.

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Shum

Juan Bautista Acher - Alfons Vila – Shum. His real name was Alfons Vila i Franques, but for others it was, Juan Bautista Acher, being then, presumably, in both cases, a pseudonym the other name. The only certainty is his artistic pseudonym Shum. It is also true that much more is known about Juan Bautista Archer. He was born in Sant Marti de Malda, Lerida, Spain in 1897.

He had a bohemian youth activist and was politically radical. In an early trip at the age of 14 to Barcelona and then to Paris, much of the journey walking, living off his drawings and charity, since he made drawings to writers and for magazines. On that trip, he was an anarchist between meals and a bit bohemian artist gulf. On his return he further cements his militant anarchist, which cost him a serious annoyance when his mates were preparing a bomb which exploded just when he entered and suffered hand injuries, first they called him "the poet" and from this on "the poet with broken hands".

As the attack was a gift to General Martinez Anido, responsible for the dirty war against anarchism of the 1920s, and a long history of brutality. He was arrested and sentenced to death for crimes he did not commit. He got a big campaign for clemency and finally succeeded, and was sentenced to life imprisonment. He was released with the advent of the Second Republic and continued his activism and his career, that despite his mutilated hands which he fulfilled to perfection. With the advent of the war, and mature as ever supported their cause. At the end of the war he went to exile to Santo Domingo where he made several art exhibitions then moving to Mexico, ending his days in Cuernavaca in 1967.


Juan Bautista Acher - Alfons Vila- Shum. Su verdadero nombre era Alfons Vila i Franques, pero para otros era Juan Bautista Acher, siendo supuestamente, en ambos casos, un seudónimo el otro nombre. La única certeza es su seudónimo artístico Shum. También es cierto que se le conoce mucho más por Juan Bautista Acher. Había nacido en Sant Marti de Malda, Lérida, España en el año 1897.

Tuvo una juventud bohemia y militante, pues era radical políticamente. En un temprano viaje a la edad de 14 años a Barcelona y después París, gran parte del periplo lo hizo andando, viviendo de sus dibujos y de la caridad ya que ilustraba los trabajos de varios escritores y colaboraba con varias revistas. En ese viaje se hizo anarquista y entre horas era un artista bohemio y un poco golfo. A su vuelta se afianza aún más su militancia anarquista, que le costó un serio disgusto cuando sus compañeros de cita preparaban una bomba para un atentando, bomba que estalló justo cuando entraba, donde sufrió heridas en las manos (le llamaban primero "el poeta", y desde esto "el poeta de las manos rotas").

Como la bomba era un regalito para el General Martínez Anido, responsable de la guerra sucia contra el anarquismo de los años 20, y de largo historial de brutalidades. Fue detenido procesado y condenado a muerte por delitos que no había cometido. Se levantó una gran campaña para solicitar el indulto, que finalmente se consiguió, siendo condenado a cadena perpetua, que cumplía en el penal del Dueso dónde para mantenerse compuso portadas para libros.

Salió en libertad con la llegada de la II República continuando su militancia y su carrera artística, que pese a sus manos mutiladas cumplía a la perfección. Al final de la guerra salió para el exilio donde vivió en Santo Domingo donde realizo varias exhibiciones para después irse a vivir a México, terminando sus días pintando en la ciudad de Cuernavaca en 1967.

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Pop Hart

Born in Cairo, Illinois, the eldest of four children, and raised in Rochester, New York. His father managed a printing roller factory, and worked there for a time in his teens but lost the job due to an explosion that took place when he was off sketching instead of watching the glue vats. Around the age of 18 he went to London on a cattle boat and while in England became an itinerant sign painter to support himself. Eventually he landed in Chicago, where he worked for a while as an illustrator for a newspaper and also as a sign painter for the Chicago World's Fair of 1893 and other clients. Although was initially self taught, in the 1890s he attended the Chicago Art Institute on and off for several years, and in 1907 he spent a year at the Academy Julien in Paris.

For the first few years of the 20th century traveled all over the world: Mexico, Central America, North Africa, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific, where he visited Tahiti in 1903, shortly after the death of Gauguin. Following his 1907 studies in Paris, he supported himself for about five years by working as a sign painter around New York City, and then he worked for most of a decade painting sets for the nascent film industry in New Jersey. He set up a studio in Coytesville, New Jersey, not far from Fort Lee, but he spent much of the 1920s traveling again.

He acquired his nickname of "Pop" after growing a beard during one of his many trips, and thereafter many of his works appear with the signature "Pop Hart". He died in 1933 in Coytesville, where he had lived in poor health during his last years. From his early travels onward he worked often in the highly portable medium of watercolor, and he developed a loose, vigorous style that eventually attracted the attention of Knoedler Gallery in New York, which gave him his first show. Critics have singled out his eye for detail, his technical accomplishment, and his roguish humor for praise.

After moving to the New York City area, he became part of an artist colony in Fort Lee, New Jersey, that included such champions of avant garden art as Walt Kuhn, Arthur B. Davies, and Edward Hopper. Among his close friends in New York art circles were members of the Ashcan school of social realism, especially Robert Henri and John Sloan. He painted seaside and marine subjects near his studio in Coytesville, New Jersey, as well as a wide range of other subjects including animals, botanical studies, nudes, and landscapes. On his travels, he focused on people's daily activities and street scenes, giving those works a markedly dynamic quality that meshes well with his spontaneous, fluid brushwork. His style varies: some works show affinity with the delicate expressiveness of John Marin and Cézanne, while others lean towards the brusquer social realism of Diego Rivera or Robert Henri.

By 1921 he had taken up printmaking, working in dry point, etching, and lithography from sketches made during his trips. He also continued to work in watercolor as well as gouache and was considered one of the leading watercolor artists of his day. He was awarded a bronze medal at the Sesquicentennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1926, and in 1935 the Newark Museum mounted a memorial retrospective exhibition of his work.
His work is in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Brooklyn Museum; the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; the Smithsonian Institution; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the British Museum, and other institutions in the United States and Europe. However, the largest single collection of his work is held by the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, which received some 5000 items as a gift from Hart's niece, Jeane Overbury Hart in the early 1980. The Zimmerli Museum mounted a survey show of Hart's work in 1986 to coincide with the publication of a book on Hart's life and work by Gregory Gilbert, then a research fellow in Rutgers's Department of Art History.


Nació en El Cairo, Illinois, el mayor de cuatro hermanos, y creció en Rochester, Nueva York. Su padre logró una fábrica rodillo de impresión, y trabajó allí durante un tiempo en su adolescencia, pero perdió su trabajo debido a un riesgo de explosión que tuvo lugar cuando él estaba fuera dibujando en lugar de ver las cubas de pegamento. Alrededor de la edad de 18 años se fue a Londres en un barco de ganado y mientras en Inglaterra se convirtió al pintor signo itinerante para apoyar a sí mismo. Finalmente aterrizó en Chicago, donde trabajó por un tiempo como de ilustrador para un periódico y como un pintor de carteles para la Feria Mundial de Chicago de 1893 y otros clientes. Aunque inicialmente autodidacta, en la década de 1890 asistió al Instituto de Arte de Chicago y fuera durante varios años, y en 1907 pasó un año en la Academia Julien de París.

Durante los primeros años del siglo 20 viajo por todo el mundo: México, América Central, el norte de África, el Caribe y el Pacífico Sur, donde visitó Tahití en 1903, poco después de la muerte de Gauguin. Después de sus estudios en París, en 1907, él se apoyó durante unos cinco años trabajando como pintor alrededor de la ciudad de Nueva York, y luego trabajó durante más de una década, juegos de pinturas para la industria del cine naciente en Nueva Jersey. Estableció un estudio en Coytesville, Nueva Jersey, no muy lejos de Fort Lee, pero pasó gran parte de la década de 1920 viajan de nuevo.

Adquirió su apodo de "pop" después de crecer la barba durante uno de sus muchos viajes, ya partir de entonces muchas de sus obras aparecen con la firma "Pop Hart". Murió en 1933 en Coytesville, donde había vivido con mala salud durante sus últimos años. A partir de sus primeros viajes en adelante trabajó a menudo, en el medio de la acuarela, y desarrolló un estilo vigoroso suelto que atrajo eventualmente la atención de Knoedler Gallery de Nueva York, que le dio su primer show. Los críticos han señalado su ojo para el detalle, su logro técnico, y su humor pícaro para la alabanza.

Después de mudarse a la ciudad de Nueva York, se convirtió en parte de una colonia de artistas en Fort Lee, Nueva Jersey, incluida la búsqueda de campeones de arte avant garden como Walt Kuhn, Arthur B. Davies, y Edward Hopper. Entre sus amigos más cercanos en Nueva York círculos artísticos eran miembros de la Escuela Ashcan de realismo social, especialmente Robert Henri y John Sloan. Ha pintado junto al mar y temas marinos cerca de su estudio en Coytesville, Nueva Jersey, así como una amplia gama de otros temas incluyendo animales, estudios botánicos, desnudos y paisajes. En sus viajes, se centró en las actividades diarias de las personas y las escenas de la calle, dando Esas obras una calidad marcadamente dinámica que se articule con su pincelada espontánea, fluida. Su estilo varía: algunos trabajos muestran afinidad con la delicada expresividad de Juan Marín y Cézanne, mientras que otros se inclinan hacia el realismo social brusquer de Diego Rivera o Robert Henri.

En 1921 había tomado el grabado, trabajando en punta seca, aguafuerte, litografía y bocetos realizados durante sus viajes. Así continuó trabajando en acuarela y guache, y considerado uno de los principales artistas de su época de la acuarela. Fue galardonado con una medalla de bronce en el Sesquicentenario Exposición de Filadelfia, Pennsylvania, en 1926 y en 1935 el Museo de Newark montado una exposición retrospectiva conmemorativa de su obra.

Su obra se encuentra en las colecciones del Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York; el Museo de Brooklyn; el Museo de San Francisco de Arte Moderno; la Institución Smithsonian; el Museo del Condado de Los Ángeles de Arte; El Museo Británico, y otras instituciones en los Estados Unidos y Europa. Sin embargo, la colección más grande de su trabajo se lleva a cabo por el Museo Zimmerli Arte en la Universidad de Rutgers, que recibió unos 5.000 artículos como un regalo de la sobrina de Hart, Jeane Overbury Hart a principios del 1980. El Museo Zimmerli montado un espectáculo encuesta de la obra de Hart en 1986, coincidiendo con la publicación de un libro sobre la vida y obra de Hart por Gregory Gilbert, a continuación, un investigador en el Departamento de Historia del Arte de Rutgers.

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Clara Ledesma

Christmas postcard with a print of a painting from the artist signed and dated 1958 in the lower right side. Size is 4.5 by 6 inches.

Tarjeta de navidad con un impreso de una pintura de la artista firmada y fechada 1958 en la parte inferior derecha. Tamaño es 4.5 por 6 pulgadas.

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