Lee W. Hughes

Ink Berries”
Acrylic on mylar | 24" × 18"

Lee was a prolific artist who touched the hearts of my people. He taught at many Art Associations throughout New Jersey and privately. Lee exhibited in over 200 solo shows as well as many group shows, including the Smithsonian Institute. He earned well over 200 awards for his watercolor, oil and acrylics. His paintings hang in many art collections such as in Zhejiang Museum, China, Morris Museum, Seton Hall University, Delbarton School, Gill St. Bernards and numerous corporate headquarters throughout New Jersey, including the Peapack Gladstone Bank, Nabisco, Inc., Sandoz Pharmaceuticals and extensive private collections all over the world.



Lilian Cheviot - English

Bearded Collie

Oil on canvas | 12" ×16"

Lilian Cheviot was an English painter who flourished from 1894 to 1924. She is well known for dog portraits, and terriers were a favorite subject. She lived in Molesey, Surrey and Kensington. She studied at Calderon's School of Animal Painting and Walter Donne's Life School and exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts 1895-1899.




Anthony Thieme
Cape Ann Artist

“Autumn Leaves at Pigeon Cove”
Oil on Canvas | 30 ×36

Anthony Thieme was born on February 20, 1888
in Rotterdam, Holland. He studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, Holland, under George Hacker; Garlobini, Guardaciona; and Mancini in Italy. He also studied in Germany.

In the 1920's he emigrated to the United States, initially residing in New York City where
he painted Broadway backdrops, and eventually setting up studios in Rockport, Massachusetts
and St. Augustine, Florida, seasonally
moving from one to the other.

Source: AskART


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