Henry George Keller N.A. (1869 - 1949) Hand Colored Lithograph
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A wonderful hand colored lithograph by the well regarded Cleveland artist Henry George Keller
(sometimes referred to as H. G. Keller). This piece depicts a stable with various horses feeding,
a goat and 2 peacocks on a ladder. This lithograph print has been hand colored by the artist in
a variety of colors, to a very pleasing effect making for a wonderful work by this amazing artist.
The print is in a gilded 1930's frame with an incised french mat. It is signed with his distinctive
signature in the bottom left.
Henry George Keller (1869 - 1949)
Keller, a leading painter in Cleveland, was born at sea, off Nova Scotia on April 3, 1869.
His earliest training was in Karlsruhe, Germany under Hermann Baisch (1846-1894),
then at the Cleveland School of Art, the Cincinnati Fine Arts Academy and the Art Students
League in New York. At the end of his stay in Munich, he won a silver medal.
The list of Keller's exhibition activities is truly amazing — from local venues in Cleveland to Chicago
(including a special show of his wash drawings in May of 1920), Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and New York,
his works were on view year by year. The Cleveland Museum of Art presented him with awards on
numerous occasions and in 1939, he was elected to the National Academy of Design.
His painting Circus Day was on display at the Golden Gate International Exposition in S.F.
The Whitney Museum has Keller's charcoal and watercolor, Bird Rock, California (1925).
Frame Height: 22"
Frame Width: 25 1/2"
Site Height: 13 1/4"
Site Width: 17 1/4"
Great condition, original frame has minor scuffing,
mat is unsoiled and in great condition.
Please see all photos for complete description.
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