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Porträtmaler, Miniature painter, Genre Painter, Animal painter, Still life painter, b. 1800 - d. 1887

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    • JEREMIAH HARDY (1800-1887, Bangor, Maine) PORTRAIT
      Aug. 29, 2023

      JEREMIAH HARDY (1800-1887, Bangor, Maine) PORTRAIT

      Est: $2,500 - $4,500

      OF YOUNG GIRL. Circa 1840s. Large oil on canvas depicts a young girl in red dress with her dog. A panoramic view in background all framed in mid 19th century oval gesso frame. Painting is unsigned but unquestionably by Jeremiah Hardy of Bangor, Maine (this exact imagery of the dog and landscape appears in at least one of Hardy’s inscribed paintings). SIZE: Sight is 40" w x 33" h. Overall approx. 53" w x 45" h. PROVENANCE: From the John Webber Estate of Bangor, Maine. CONDITION: generally very good. appears to have never been cleaned. Frame with a couple of very small ancient losses. (05-566/JJ). $2,500-4,500.

      Poulin Antiques & Auctions
    • JEREMIAH HARDY AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF SARAH WOLLASTON (1800 - 1888) (34" X 28" )
      Jun. 04, 2023

      JEREMIAH HARDY AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF SARAH WOLLASTON (1800 - 1888) (34" X 28" )

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      JEREMIAH HARDY AMERICAN SCHOOL PORTRAIT OF SARAH WOLLASTON (1800 - 1888) (34" X 28" )

      Carlsen Gallery, Inc.
    • Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Portrait of Ship Captain David Wheeler Stilson,
      May. 03, 2023

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Portrait of Ship Captain David Wheeler Stilson,

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Portrait of Ship Captain David Wheeler Stilson, (b. 1803, Maine, d. 1851), circa 1845 Oil on canvas 22 1/4 x 27 inches Provenance: Collection of Charlotte hardy, thence by descent Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth, NH, Aug. 21, 2005, lot 845 Quester Gallery, Stonington, CT A modern note affixed to the backing board offers insight into the relationship between the subject and the artist. It reads, Captain David Wheeler Stilson / Painted in 1845. He was a / nephew of the artist and / was lost at sea / Jeremiah P hardy 1800-1887 / from Mrs. Charlotte Hardy's / family collection C Property from a Prominent Private Collection

      Doyle New York
    • 19TH C. AMERICAN PORTRAIT, MRS. ELIZABETH PARSON
      Feb. 26, 2021

      19TH C. AMERICAN PORTRAIT, MRS. ELIZABETH PARSON

      Est: $500 - $800

      Oil on wood board with early attached paper stating painting was done by Jeremiah Parsons Hardy (NH,ME 1800-1887) of Mrs. Parsons just minutes before her passing (see image of note) 27.5” X 21.5” (panel) 33” X 28.5” (frame) 

      William Smith Auctions
    • Jeremiah Hardy (American 1800-1887) Oil on Board
      Sep. 27, 2018

      Jeremiah Hardy (American 1800-1887) Oil on Board

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Rare, 19th Century Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887) Oil Painting on Board. Depicting a young girl with a pink dress holding flowers. Measures - 11 1/2" wide x 13 1/2" high, total with frame - 17 1/4" wide x 19" high. With original period frame, original frame shop sticker from Bangor, Maine; where Jeremiah Hardy was a teacher. Provenance: Francis Baker of Augusta, Maine, circa 1845, granddaughter of John Reed of Cushnoc. Cousin of Mary Augusta Reed Norton, granddaughter of John Reed. Portrait painted, circa 1845 by Jeremiah P. Hardy, an early portrait artist. Jeremiah Pearson Hardy, a portrait painter was born in Pelham, New Hampshire in 1800. He first worked as an engraver in Maine. In 1821, he went to Boston, Massachusetts to study painting with David Brown. He received further training from Samuel F. B. Morse in New York City. In 1827, he returned to Maine, where he lived and worked for the rest of his life. Hardy was a teacher in Bangor; among his students were George Edward Dale and Walter Lansil. Anna Eliza Hardy (artist) and Francis Willard Hardy (photographer) were his children and Mary Ann Hardy (miniaturist) was his sister. Although his career has not been fully studied, Hardy seems to have rejected the painterly portrait style of his teacher, Morse. His double portrait from the 1840s, Catherine Wheeler Hardy and Her Daughter (circa 1842, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) is characterized by crisply delineated forms, sharp silhouettes, tight, controlled handling of paint, and a smooth surface. It has been cited as an example of the permeation of the aesthetic of Luminism to genres of painting other than landscape. The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston owns several other portraits by Hardy. He died in 1888.

      Antiques & Art International
    • JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY (American, 1800-1887) PORTRAIT OF REVEREND JOTHAM SEWALL (1761-1850) OF CHESTERVILLE, MAINE.
      Aug. 17, 2017

      JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY (American, 1800-1887) PORTRAIT OF REVEREND JOTHAM SEWALL (1761-1850) OF CHESTERVILLE, MAINE.

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Large unsigned oil on canvas half portrait shows a distinguished older gentleman with white hair and stern look. His hand is hidden in his vest, Napoleon style, and his other arm rests on the arm of a fancy carved wood & upholstered chair. Housed in a large gesso decorated gilt frame with gilt liner. The oil on canvas has been laid to masonite and identified on verso with the typed label of sitter & artist. SIZE: 41" x 33-1/4". Overall: 52-1/2" x 44-3/4" PROVENANCE: De-accessioned through auction from the Bangor Theological Seminary in Bangor, Maine CONDITION: As noted above, some inpainting, craquelure generally very good 52373-1

      James D. Julia
    • Jeremiah Pearson Hardy - Miss Sylvester
      Aug. 04, 2017

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy - Miss Sylvester

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy Am. 1800–1887 Miss Sylvester Signed "J.P. Hardy" l.l. Oil on canvas 30 x 35 in. 76.2 x 88.9 cm

      Barridoff Auctions
    • The Grand Pastel of Governor James Blaine of Maine
      Jan. 25, 2017

      The Grand Pastel of Governor James Blaine of Maine

      Est: $500 - $700

      Excellent grand scale pastel portrait of James Blaine Governor of Maine painted by Bangor Maine artist Jeremiah Pearson Hardy 1800-1887. Measures 38 1/2x 52 1/4 signed lower left.

      Saco River Auction
    • Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887), Spaniel Resting in a Forest, oil on canvas
      Dec. 05, 2014

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887), Spaniel Resting in a Forest, oil on canvas

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887) Spaniel Resting in a Forest Unsigned, with artist's name, title and medium on gallery label affixed to verso Oil on canvas 20-3/4 x 28 in (52.7 x 71.1 cm)Property of a Washington, DC Collector

      Weschler's
    • JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY (American, 1800-1887)
      Mar. 22, 2014

      JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY (American, 1800-1887)

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY (American, 1800-1887) (Attr.); Oil on canvas portrait of a lady with lace bonnet (framed); Unsigned; 30" x 25"

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Watering Roses (The Garden of the Hardy Family, Bangor Maine)
      Nov. 19, 2012

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Watering Roses (The Garden of the Hardy Family, Bangor Maine)

      Est: $2,500 - $4,500

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy American, 1800-1887 Watering Roses (The Garden of the Hardy Family, Bangor Maine) Oil on board placed on stretchers on top of which is an American School, 19th/20th Century, Portrait of a Gentleman 26 5/8 x 21 3/4 inches Provenance: Victor Spark, New York Acquired from a member of the Hardy Family Lee Anderson, 1959 Exhibited: New London, CT, Lyman Allyn Museum, American Romantic Paintings of the 18th and 19th Centuries from the Collection of Lee B. Anderson, Feb. 26-Mar. 26, 1961, no. 36 New York, The Whitney Museum, exhibition name and date unknown, as The Hardy Backyard in Bangor, Maine, as dated in 1855, cat. no. 31 Montclair, NJ, The Montclair Art Museum, Down Garden Paths: The Floral Environment in American Art, Oct. 1-Nov. 39, 1983 Literature: The Magazine Antiques, May 1976, p. 1035, illus. pl. II This work is accompanied by a copy of the original receipt for the painting from Victor Spark, on which the painting is dated circa 1850-60. C Sold to Benefit the Lee B. Anderson Memorial Foundation

      DOYLE Auctioneers & Appraisers
    • Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887), Brown Spaniel Resting on a Woodland Floor, oil on canvas, 20-3/4 x 28 in
      Sep. 17, 2011

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887), Brown Spaniel Resting on a Woodland Floor, oil on canvas, 20-3/4 x 28 in

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American 1800-1887) Brown Spaniel Resting on a Woodland Floor Unsigned; inscribed J.P. Hardy, inscribed about 1845 and titled Figg(?)/Spaniel/Bau*** in pencil on stretcher bar Oil on canvas 20-3/4 x 28 in (52.7 x 71.1 cm)

      Weschler's
    • Jeremiah Hardy (American, 1800-1887) Oil on Board Portrait of Elizabeth Eloise Wise (1808-1833), signed l.r. "Hardy," framed, a handwri
      Jul. 28, 2011

      Jeremiah Hardy (American, 1800-1887) Oil on Board Portrait of Elizabeth Eloise Wise (1808-1833), signed l.r. "Hardy," framed, a handwri

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Jeremiah Hardy (American, 1800-1887) Oil on Board Portrait of Elizabeth Eloise Wise (1808-1833), signed l.r. "Hardy," framed, a handwritten note on the reverse identifies the subject and notes that she was the wife of Pliny Dwight Parsons, and died during the birth of her son Joseph Wise T. Parsons, board 27 x 21 5/8 in. Provenance: By family descent. Note: Jeremiah Hardy was born in Pelham, New Hampshire, moving with his parents to Hampden, Maine, in 1811. After studying in Boston, he returned to Hampden. He lived briefly in Bangor, Maine, but returned to Hampden, where he remained until his death.

      Skinner
    • A Stag in a Mountainous Landscape
      Nov. 28, 2007

      A Stag in a Mountainous Landscape

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Jeremiah Pearson Hardy (American, 1800-1887) A Stag in a Mountainous Landscape signed 'JP Hardy' (lower right) oil on canvas 30½ x 25 in. (77.5 x 63.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Jeremiah Hardy
      Aug. 03, 2007

      Jeremiah Hardy

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Jeremiah Hardy American 1800 - 1887 Portraits of Saphronia (1803Ð1841) and Charles Buck (1798Ð1863) Oil on panel (Saphronia) and oil on canvas (Charles) 27 x 22 in.

      Barridoff Auctions
    • OUTSTANDING AND RARE IMPORTANT AMERICAN LANDSCAPE "THE EXCURSION" BY JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY.
      Aug. 22, 2001

      OUTSTANDING AND RARE IMPORTANT AMERICAN LANDSCAPE "THE EXCURSION" BY JEREMIAH PEARSON HARDY.

      Est: $25,000 - $30,000

      Scene shows man and three children seated at base of large tree. Girl holds American flag. They look out over a panoramic landscape including mountains and lake with sailboat. Foreground has small cascading stream with plank bridge. Appears to have original frame. Brass plaque indicates artist and title. Jeremiah Hardy (1800-1887) lived in Bangor, Maine from 1835 through 1888. He was primarily a portrait painter but also did genre and other paintings. This particular painting was sold at Sotheby's Parke Bernet New York Sale # 1582 SIZE: 26-1/2" h x 34-1/2" w. CONDITION: Excellent. 9-79380.

      James D. Julia
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