oil on board,
18” x 24”,
signed lower right,
original Lotus Club label verso

Artist Biography

Born in New York City, George Henry Bogert became known for scenes of Venice and urban subjects. He is known for painting in the style of Barbizon School of painting and of Tonalism. He studied at the National Academy of Design and then went to Paris where he studied under Puvis de Chavannes, Raphael Collin and Aime Morot. In New York he studied under Thomas Eakins. In the 1890s, he returned to Europe where he traveled extensively, for subject matter including to Venice and the Isle of Wight. In Northern France, he was influenced by Eugene Boudin and his plein-air landscape painting methods. Bogert received many awards including the First Hallgarten Prize by the National Academy of Design in 1899. He returned to America and painted with the artists colony of Old Lyme, CT.

Painting Features

Artist First Name George
Artist Last Name Bogert
Artist's Dates (1864-1944)
Materials oil on board
Markings signed lower right
Size 18” x 24”
Price contact gallery
Comments Original Lotus Club label verso. Beautifully framed and in excellent condition.