Wednesday, August 31, 2011
I have an Adolph Heinze painting in the gallery for a very reasonable price. If interested contact me.
Adolph Heinze-Original, Oil on Board.
circa.1920s-30s. With Original Frame.
This Beautiful piece of Americana is truly an outstanding siren landscape of the Glacier National Forest. Heinze painted what is possibly the Lewis Mountain Range and the Lower Saint Marys Lake. Not confirmed of the location within the park.
Heinze, studied Landscape Painting under Impressionist
Karl Buehr and also was a student of William Merritt Chase.
His Artwork caught the attention of then, President Of the Great Northern Railway. In 1928, Louise W. Hill was in need of some Illustration advertisement work. So he Instructed Adolph Heinze to capture the beauty of the Northwest.
Heinze was a member of the All-Illinois Fine Artists Association in Chicago.He painted in Canada's Waterton Lake,the Grand Tetons and many other National Parks in the West.
Art Collectors take note, this is a very fine piece of Original Americana Art on display..Please contact me for any questions!
The size is 35w x 30h inches....w/frame is 39.5 x 35 inches. Excellent Condition. No Repairs done.