Works from Charles Hawthorne


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Artist Painting in Plein Air 20 by 24 Oil on Canvas $75,000 Close-up
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Charles Hawthorne - Plein Air Charles Hawthorne - Male figure Charles Hawthorne - Lady in Pink Charles Hawthorne - First Mate
Artist Painting in Plein Air 20 by 24 Oil on Canvas $75,000 Close-up
Male Figure Study
(painted as a demonstration at the National Academy in 1925) 25 by 30 $25,000 Close-up
Lady in Pink - When Charles Hawthorne’s wife discovered he was having an affair with his secretary, she went at several paintings of her with a knife. This one was given to Hawthorne’s assistant, Henry Hensche (1900-1992).
It has not been retouched since then.
30 by 35 $15,000 Close-up
First Mate Portrait of Captian John Atkins Cook 48 by 48
(subject of the Eugene O'Neill play "Ile") price on request Close-up


At the height of Chase's teaching of Impressionism, Charles Webster Hawthorne arrived in New York City in 1894 at the age of 22 and enrolled in the Art Students League as a night student while working days to support his dream of becoming a painter. Hawthorne began studying under Chase in 1896 and experienced out-of-doors painting classes at Chase's summer school at Shinnecock that same year. - ... more...