AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

George W. Drew (1875 – 1968)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on April 25, 2009


Farming GroundFarming Ground

summer-cottage-by-the-pondSummer Cottage By The Pond

spring-in-new-englandSpring In New England

spring-landscapeSpring Landscape

farmstead-by-pondFarmstead By Pond

Along The Crick

gondolas-on-the-canalGondolas On The Canal

A Day Of Pleasure

A Day Of Pleasure

Autumn Landscape - East Coast

Autumn Landscape – East Coast

Lakeside

Lakeside

The Road That Turns To Home

The Road That Turns To Home

Reflection In A Lily Pond

Reflection In A Lily Pond

Seascape At Sunset

Seascape At Sunset

Fishing From A Foot Bridge

Fishing From A Foot Bridge

Nature's Mirror

Nature’s Mirror

The Path To Home, Connecticut

The Path To Home, Connecticut

Autumn Landscape With Stream

Autumn Landscape With Stream

Landscape With Haystacks And Approaching Storm

Landscape With Haystacks And Approaching Storm

Along The Lake

Along The Lake

Summer Cottage With Ducks

Summer Cottage With Ducks

A Jersey Home

A Jersey Home

The Path To Home

The Path To Home

Road To The Cottage

Road To The Cottage

River Landscape With Cottage

River Landscape With Cottage

The Duck Pond

The Duck Pond

Lake Lugano

Lake Lugano

By The Lake

By The Lake

Connecticut Garden

Connecticut Garden

Autumn Sunset

Autumn Sunset

Autumn

Autumn

Shore Scene

Shore Scene

 

3 Responses to “George W. Drew (1875 – 1968)”

  1. Maxine D. Hohneker said

    As a child I met Mr. Drew. He was a friend of the Dunninger family. I still have several of his paintings. He was an energic man even in his eldely years. He loved life and wanted to taste it. He wore a bight red bow tie. When I asked him why he wore a tie that bright, he told me that he felt young and it made him look young. Maxine Dunninger Hohneker

  2. Crystal Francisco said

    Hi there everyone ! — I am looking for info on a George W Drew Lithograph (i think ) that i recently found in my Grandparents attic – is there anyone here who could help me out ?
    It is SHABBY CHIC COTTAGE — signed George W Drew in bottom left corner… and in bottom right corner is GP3703 or GD3703 (i cant really tell if its a P or a D ) — with LITHO, IN USA and a symbol (leo with circle)
    i cant really find much info about this spicific piece of his work… any help would be greatly appreciated !

  3. Found George W. Drew painting of Along The Crick beside the road at yard sale for free. Can anyone tell me what the value may be? It’s not in mint condition. It needs a good cleaning. Before investing a lot I’d like to know a little more of the value. Thanks to anyone who can help.

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