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Alfred (1816) Hart Sold at Auction Prices

Panorama painter, Landscape painter, Porträtmaler, Painter, b. 1816 - d. 1906

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      • [WESTERN AMERICANA]. HART, Alfred A. (1816-1908), photographer. A group of 4 Central Pacific Railroad stereoviews. Sacramento, CA. 
        Jun. 21, 2022

        [WESTERN AMERICANA]. HART, Alfred A. (1816-1908), photographer. A group of 4 Central Pacific Railroad stereoviews. Sacramento, CA. 

        Est: $300 - $400

        [WESTERN AMERICANA]. HART, Alfred A. (1816-1908), photographer. A group of 4 Central Pacific Railroad stereoviews. Sacramento, CA.  6 x 3 in. stereoviews on cardstock mounts (rich tonality, very fine condition; edge/corner wear to mounts). Photographer's imprint on verso, and most with applied paper label bearing title on recto. Titles/numbers include: 166. Emigrant Gap Tunnel, Wall and Snow covering. -- 221. Truckee River below Truckee Station, looking West, toward Donner Lake. -- 267. View near the State Line, Truckee River. -- 338. First Construction Train passing the Palisades, Ten Mile Canyon. 

        Hindman
      • ALFRED HART JOINING OF THE RAILS Promontory Point
        Sep. 30, 2020

        ALFRED HART JOINING OF THE RAILS Promontory Point

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        ALFRED A HART 355 The Last Rail - The Invocation. Fixing The Wire, May 10th, 1869, 3.5X7" Albumen Print Stereo View on Carleton Watkins' Central Pacific R.R. mount. ASG# HW/1176 Alfred Hart (b. 1816, Norwich, CT - d. Alameda County, California, 1908) worked as an itinerant portrait and panorama painter for traveling productions before turning to photography in the late 1850s. He migrated West where he made an extraordinary series of Western Topographic Views as the official photographer documenting the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad from Sacramento, California to Promontory Point, Utah (1865 - 1869). Along with A.J. Russell and C. R. Savage he photographed the joining of the rails. Carleton Watkins purchased the negatives from Hart and published them under his imprint. Lawrence and Houseworth also published some of Hart's work in the 1860s. Hart returned to painting as his primary medium after this period.

        Andrew Smith Gallery Photography Auctions, LLC
      • ALFRED HART CPRR INDIAN Gazes on new world 1869
        Sep. 30, 2020

        ALFRED HART CPRR INDIAN Gazes on new world 1869

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        ALFRED A. HART 340. Indian Viewing R.R. From Top Of Palisades. 435 Miles From Sacramento Cal., 1864, 3.5x6.8" Albumen Stereo View. ASG# AAH/1830 This image was used as the cover for Martha Sandwiess' "Print the Legend." Alfred Hart (b. 1816, Norwich, CT - d. Alameda County, California, 1908) worked as an itinerant portrait and panorama painter for traveling productions before turning to photography in the late 1850s. He migrated West where he made an extraordinary series of Western Topographic Views as the official photographer documenting the construction of the Central Pacific Railroad from Sacramento, California to Promontory Point, Utah (1865 - 1869). Along with A.J. Russell and C. R. Savage he photographed the joining of the rails. Carleton Watkins purchased the negatives from Hart and published them under his imprint. Lawrence and Houseworth also published some of Hart's work in the 1860s. Hart returned to painting as his primary medium after this period.

        Andrew Smith Gallery Photography Auctions, LLC
      • ALFRED HART OIL ON CANVAS dated 1875Landscape with Fishermansight- 16" x 20" estimate 1000-1500
        Apr. 07, 2013

        ALFRED HART OIL ON CANVAS dated 1875Landscape with Fishermansight- 16" x 20" estimate 1000-1500

        Est: -

        ALFRED HART OIL ON CANVAS dated 1875Landscape with Fishermansight- 16" x 20" estimate 1000-1500

        Robert Slawinski Auctioneers, Inc.
      • Alfred Hart 1816-1906) 26"x36" o/c Veracruz 'Luminous Tropical Landscape' (Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico) signed and dated lower left
        Jun. 27, 2010

        Alfred Hart 1816-1906) 26"x36" o/c Veracruz 'Luminous Tropical Landscape' (Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico) signed and dated lower left

        Est: $2,500 - $3,500

        Alfred Hart 1816-1906) 26"x36" o/c Veracruz 'Luminous Tropical Landscape' (Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico) signed and dated lower left

        California Auctioneers
      • ALFRED A. HART, American, 1816-1906, Early American farm scene., Oil on canvas, laid down on masonite, 28" x 35". Framed.
        Apr. 03, 2009

        ALFRED A. HART, American, 1816-1906, Early American farm scene., Oil on canvas, laid down on masonite, 28" x 35". Framed.

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        ALFRED A. HART American, 1816-1906 Early American farm scene. Signed and dated lower left "A. Hart 1848". Oil on canvas, laid down on masonite, 28" x 35". Framed.

        Eldred's
      • Alfred A. Hart (1816-1906) landscape with farm
        Nov. 22, 2008

        Alfred A. Hart (1816-1906) landscape with farm

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Alfred A. Hart (1816-1906) landscape with farm house and cattle Signed and dated 'A. Hart 1848' lower left, oil on canvas laid down on masonite, framed. H: 28 in. W: 35 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Skinner, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts.

        Freeman's
      • Alfred Hart Tropical Landscape oil painting
        Jun. 08, 2004

        Alfred Hart Tropical Landscape oil painting

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Alfred Hart 1816-1906 A Lush Tropical Landscape with a Waterfall and Mountains bey ond, 1874 signed and dated l/l: A. Hart 1874 oil on canvas 26 x 36 inches ( 66.0 x 91.4 cm ) Provenance: Private Collection, San Francisco, California

        Bonhams
      • Attributed to Alfred A. Hart (American, 1816-1906)
        Jun. 06, 2004

        Attributed to Alfred A. Hart (American, 1816-1906)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Leading the Cows to Drink by the Mill. Signed "A. Hart 1848" l.r. Oil on canvas, depicting a boy on horseback on a country lane with cows watering next to a mill with mountains and lake in the distance, 28 5/8 x 35 in., later frame. Condition: Laid down onto masonite, retouch to background. Note: Alfred Hart was born in Norwich, Connecticut, in 1816. He moved in 1848 to Hatrford, where he lived for a number of years and exhibited there and in New York City. He later moved west, first to Cleveland, Ohio, then to Sacramento, California, where he worked as a photographer for the Central Pacific Railroad. He moved to San Francisco in the 1870s and exhibited his portrait paintings at the San Francisco Art Association (1872-1878) and received a gold medal at the California State Fair in 1872.

        Skinner
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