AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

George Laurence Nelson (1887 – 1978)

Posted by A. S. Amberson on February 20, 2010


Helen With Poppies

Portrait Of Bussie Hutty

Portrait Of Woman With Blond Hair

Souvenir Of Early Summer

Douarnez Girls

Brittany Girl With Flowers

title unknown

Young Woman

Tea Time

Portrait Of Connie MacFarlane

Connie MacFarlane In Italianate Landscape

At The Dressing Table

Pastoral

The Hirschberg Family

The Hirschberg Family

Young Lady With Rose

Young Lady With Rose

The Flower Arrangement

The Flower Arrangement

Mrs. Philip Staats

Mrs. Philip Staats

Portrait Of My Wife And Beatrice

Portrait Of My Wife And Beatrice

Helen In Her Garden

Helen In Her Garden

Standing Woman

Standing Woman

Two Women Holding Roses - Douarnez Ladies

Two Women Holding Roses – Douarnez Ladies

Portrait Of A Woman

Portrait Of A Woman

A Moment Of Sunlight

A Moment Of Sunlight

Bust Of A Girl

Bust Of A Girl

Portrait Of Barry Bart

Portrait Of Barry Bart

Child In A Barrel Chair

Child In A Barrel Chair

Woman Reading On Hammock

Woman Reading On Hammock

Nude

Nude

Foxgloves And Daisies

Foxgloves And Daisies

Boating On The Lake

Boating On The Lake

For further information about George Laurence Nelson please visit:
Kent Historical Society

 

6 Responses to “George Laurence Nelson (1887 – 1978)”

  1. Ellen Graham said

    I have a painted signed GL Nelson. It is quite large and came from an art gallery. It is a still life of an oriental bowl with asiatic lilies and an oriental statue by it. Did they do prints of his work in the early 40’s. That’s when it was purchased. I am wondering if mine is a print or an original.
    thanks,
    Ellen Graham

    • leah said

      did you ever find out what your print is worth….i just purchased the same one for $50 at a thrift store?thank you so much,Leah

  2. Pat Lada said

    I have the same picture acquired in 1978 so I assume we both have prints.
    Pat Lada

  3. Michele Darone said

    My mother gave me a lithograph numbered 14/30 of “Flanders Arms” by Gl Nelson Cost was $10 unframed $15 unframed on the original paper on the back. She remembers this picture of a front door since she was young. I was curious as to when it may have been sketched and if there was any value.

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