AMERICAN GALLERY

Greatest American Painters

Albert Herter (1871 – 1950)

Posted by L. A. on April 11, 2014


A Lady In A Kimono

A Lady In A Kimono

Lady In White - Portrait Of The Artist's Daughter-in-Law

Lady In White – Portrait Of The Artist’s Daughter-in-Law

Miss Vivian Swaine

Miss Vivian Swaine

Portrait Of Bessie

Portrait Of Bessie

Mrs. George Pratt

Mrs. George Pratt

White Asters

White Asters

Young Woman With Dogwood

Young Woman With Dogwood

Lady In Black

Lady In Black

Woman With Pearls

Woman With Pearls

The Emerald Necklace

The Emerald Necklace

Aglaia

Aglaia

A Lady In A Garden Setting

A Lady In A Garden Setting

Women On Stairs

Women On Stairs

Geisha Standing On A Balcony

Geisha Standing On A Balcony

Resting Red Haired Beauty

Resting Red Haired Beauty

Where Love Abides

Where Love Abides

Just A Song At Twilight

Just A Song At Twilight

A Family Group

A Family Group

Ahmed Gharza, Dragoman Of Marrakech

Ahmed Gharza, Dragoman Of Marrakech

Mohamed Ben Hadge Abdeslam Djedidi - A Tunisian Portrait

Mohamed Ben Hadge Abdeslam Djedidi – A Tunisian Portrait

A Turbanned Man With Green Eyes

A Turbanned Man With Green Eyes

Self Portrait

Self Portrait

The Appeal Of The Legionary To Caesar Augustus

The Appeal Of The Legionary To Caesar Augustus

The Signing Of The Magna Carta

The Signing Of The Magna Carta

The Signing Of The American Constitution

The Signing Of The American Constitution

The Trial Of Chief Oshkosh

The Trial Of Chief Oshkosh

The First World War

The First World War

Reading To Children In A Buddhist Setting

Reading To Children In A Buddhist Setting

Flowers And Blue Vases

Flowers And Blue Vases

Floral Still Life With Glass And Objects

Floral Still Life With Glass And Objects

Still Life With Fruit, Peacock And Buddha

Still Life With Fruit, Peacock And Buddha

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3 Responses to “Albert Herter (1871 – 1950)”

  1. Thanks for posting the work of Albert Herter! You might want to include his beautiful “Woman with Red Hair” (1894) currently at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. Please note that the painting “Woman on a Couch” is not by Albert Herter. It is by an Italian artist, Antonio Rizzi, 1896 – 1932 and is titled “Study in White” and dated 1896. It’s at the Phoenix Art Museum (in the American gallery) and is on permanent loan from Camelback High School. (For a period of time in the 1960s, each graduating class at Camelback High School in Phoenix purchased a painting. The intent was to open an art gallery at the high school, but that never happened and the works are now on permanent loan at the Museum.) For some reason there are several internet sites stating that this painting is by Herter, I hope this comment has helped clarify some confusion. Thanks for a wonderful website.

  2. Oh I see now, on another page of your site. Thanks again for compiling so many wonderful paintings on one site!

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