News clipping for the George A. Hearn sale

New York Times1918

Frick Art Reference Library

Frick Art Reference Library
New York, United States

This New York Times clipping from February 27, 1918, demonstrates the popularity of American painters' work during the Gilded Age, especially work by George Inness. George Hearn was a consitent buyer of American Art, acquiring pieces early in his collecting career. He owned more than 200 paintings by American artists.


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