AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Charles Frederick Naegele (1857 – 1944)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on December 31, 2013


Hilda Clark Flower

Hilda Clark Flower

A Lady In White Dress

A Lady In White Dress

Portrait Of A Lady

Portrait Of A Lady

Divinity Of Motherhood

Divinity Of Motherhood

Mother Love

Mother Love

Portrait Of Three Children - Emma Flower Taylor's Children

Portrait Of Three Children – Emma Flower Taylor’s Children

A Gentleman With Spectacles

A Gentleman With Spectacles

A Young Gentleman

A Young Gentleman

Lucy Cook Peale

Lucy Cook Peale

September

September

Farmer With Pumpkin

Farmer With Pumpkin

Portrait Of A Young Girl

Portrait Of A Young Girl

Abraham Baldwin

Abraham Baldwin

Maj. Gen. Jacob Brown

Maj. Gen. Jacob Brown

Samuel Barnard Adams

Samuel Barnard Adams

William Sylvanus Morris

William Sylvanus Morris

John Fletcher Comer

John Fletcher Comer

Roswell P. Flower, Governor of New York

Roswell P. Flower, Governor of New York

A Young Lady

A Young Lady

 

4 Responses to “Charles Frederick Naegele (1857 – 1944)”

  1. Vincenzo said

    Excellent portraitist. Seems to me very lovely the look of Hilda Clark Flower, directed slightly upward, as if to contemplate the painter who portrays her. Beautiful and full of feeling also seems to me the Divinity of Motherhood.

    • Bruce said

      Well said, Vincenzo. That one caught my eye as well.

    • Bruce said

      Heh, I thought she looked familiar.

      “Hilda Clark (1872 – May 5, 1932) was an American model and actress. She was born in Leavenworth, Kansas, to Lydia and Milton Edward Clark. As a young adult she moved east to Boston to become a popular music hall songstress and actress. However, Clark became famous as a model in 1895 when she became the first woman to be featured on a tin Coca-Cola tray. Hilda Clark remained the advertising ‘face’ of Coca-Cola until February 1903 when she married Frederick Stanton Flower in New York, taking the name Hilda Clark Flower.”

      I used to work for Coca-Cola. Go here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilda_Clark and click on the “1890s advertisement showing model Hilda Clark in formal 19th century attire. The ad is entitled Drink Coca-Cola 5¢.” Anyone who has worked for that company for a while knows this image of the very first Coca-Cola girl.

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