AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Charles Hoffbauer (1875 – 1957)

Posted by L. A. on April 8, 2013


At The Ball

At The Ball

In the Restaurant

In The Restaurant

Country Club, Pittsburgh

Country Club, Pittsburgh

On The Beach

On The Beach

Young Woman Reading

Young Woman Reading

Picnic By The River

Picnic By The River

After The Ball

After The Ball

The Telephone

The Telephone

Wintery Evening In Times Square

Wintery Evening In Times Square

Times Square At Night

Times Square At Night

New York Hotel Astor

New York Hotel Astor

A Rainy New York Street

A Rainy New York Street

Madison Square Park

Madison Square Park

Metropolitan Tower, New York

Metropolitan Tower, New York

Rainy Night In New York City

Rainy Night In New York City

New York Public Library

New York Public Library

View Of The Nile

View Of The Nile

French Village

French Village

A Column Slowly Trudging On

A Column Slowly Trudging On

Endless Convoys Plodding Through The Night

Endless Convoys Plodding Through The Night

Infantry Pushing Through A Village At Night

Infantry Pushing Through A Village At Night

Artillery Convoy

Artillery Convoy

Injured Senegalese On The Road To Assevillers

Injured Senegalese On The Road To Assevillers

German Prisoners

German Prisoners

Via Garibaldi

Via Garibaldi

Spring (Thomas Stonewall Jackson reviewing his troops in the Shenandoah Valley)

Spring (Thomas Stonewall Jackson reviewing his troops in the Shenandoah Valley)

Summer (a gathering of Confederate commanders)

Summer (a gathering of Confederate commanders)

Autumn (J.E.B.Stuart leading his cavalrymen through Virginia woods)

Autumn (J.E.B.Stuart leading his cavalrymen through Virginia woods)

Samoset Bids The Pilgrims Welcome At Plymouth, 1621

Samoset Bids The Pilgrims Welcome At Plymouth, 1621

2 Responses to “Charles Hoffbauer (1875 – 1957)”

  1. vincente di nome said

    Good painter. Very skilful in creating beautiful lighting effects, both in scenes interior, both in urban and rural landscapes, and even in historical representations.

  2. These paintings are a “must” to see for anyone who loves to see a portrait of the times!
    Thank you so much for allowing me the privilege of viewing these paintings.

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