AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Daniel F. Gerhartz (1965)

Posted by L. A. on August 30, 2013


Drift Off To Dream

Drift Off To Dream

Goodnight Moon

Goodnight Moon

Close To Her Heart

Close To Her Heart

Her Mother's Violin

Her Mother’s Violin

In Her Care

In Her Care

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title unknown

Awaiting His Return

Awaiting His Return

Winter's Warmth

Winter’s Warmth

Coffee

Coffee

Isadora's Parlor

Isadora’s Parlor

Pure

Pure

Crescent Cradle

Crescent Cradle

She Is Not Gone

She Is Not Gone

Glow

Glow

As They Began

As They Began

Till You Come To Me

Till You Come To Me

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title unknown

In the Stillness

In the Stillness

Hind's Feet

Hind’s Feet

Girl With Roses

Girl With Roses

Drawn From Within

Drawn From Within

title unknown

title unknown

Early Morning Warmth

Early Morning Warmth

From The Garden

From The Garden

The Ballad

The Ballad

The Garden Window

The Garden Window

A Moment's Rest

A Moment’s Rest

title unknown

title unknown

Of An Evening

Of An Evening

Lalique

Lalique

Cascading

Cascading

The Moment Of Discovery

The Moment Of Discovery

Begonias And Darjeeling

Begonias And Darjeeling

Stepping Stones

Stepping Stones

In All Your Ways

In All Your Ways

Deliverance

Deliverance

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2 Responses to “Daniel F. Gerhartz (1965)”

  1. Bruce said

    Two posts in a row with keepers for me! Best in this bunch: “Close To Her Heart,” “Awaiting His Return,” “Winter’s Warmth,” “Drawn From Within.” Most emotionally touching: “She Is Not Gone.”

    I would expect a Part 2 or even a Part 3 for this highly prolific artist. Look for his “Amaryllis” which I found in various places. Unknown titles bug me – I will not save an image without a title – so it took quite a long time for me to finally find the title of “Amaryllis” in this link (click the tiny icon for the painting that won 1st Place):

    http://www.oilpaintersofamerica.com/awardees.cfm?year=2009

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