Hubbell, A.N.A., Henry Salem
(1870-1949)
“Lady in the Garden”

Artist Biography

Born/lived: Paola, KS; Lived Paris, France; Miami, FL.; Miami, FL.

Known: Painter, teacher

Studied: Art Institute of Chicago, 1897-97; Paris, Acad. Julian with Bouguereau,
J.P. Laurens and Constant, 1898-99; Acad. Carmen, with Whistler, 1898-1901; also with Collin in Paris.

Member: Associate of the National Academy of Design, New York, 1906; Salmagundi Club, 1905; Allied Artists Guild; Florida Society of Artists (pres., 1931); American Art Association of Paris; Paris Society of American Painters; Century Associate; National Arts Club, New York; National Association of Portrait Painters.

Exhibited: Paris Salon, 1901 (prize), 1904 (med.), 1906, 1908; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, 1902, 1905-11, 1931; Worcester Museum of Art, Worcester, MA, 1905 (prize); Corcoran Gal., 1907-08, 1910; Art Institute of Chicago, 1910 (med.); Miami Public Library, 1950 (memorial); Lowe Art Museum, 1975 (retrospective); McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, Columbia, 1998.

Hubbell, after working as a magazine illustrator in the 1890s, lived in France from 1898-1910, and was one of only several students of whom Whistler thought highly. Hubbell worked at Giverny (1908-10) and was a friend of famous artists such as Monet and F. MacMonnies there. Hubbell painted figural works but most of his income came from his portraits for which he gained a number of prestigious commissions, including four from Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Painting Features

Artist First Name Henry Salem
Artist Last Name Hubbell, A.N.A.
Artist's Dates 1870-1949
Materials oil on canvas
Markings signed lower right
Size 30" x 25"
Price contact gallery
Comments Orignal period frame. This painting is in excellent condition.