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Painter, Water color painter, Etcher, Lithographer, b. 1868 - d. 1933

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      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart, New Orleans (The Market)
        Jun. 27, 2024

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart, New Orleans (The Market)

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart New Orleans (The Market) 1918 watercolor and graphite on paperboard laid to board 14.25 h x 22.5 w in (36 x 57 cm) Signed, titled and dated to lower right 'Hart New Orleans © 1918'. Provenance: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, New York | Thence by descent in 1936, Winthrop Rockefeller | Thence by descent, Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller | Christie's, New York, The Collection of Peggy and David Rockefeller, 11 May 2018, Lot 1657 | Private Collection This work will ship from Lambertville, New Jersey.

        Toomey & Co. Auctioneers
      • Watercolor, George Overbury "Pop" Hart
        Jun. 20, 2024

        Watercolor, George Overbury "Pop" Hart

        Est: $600 - $900

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American, 1863-1933), Farm Scene, watercolor, signed lower left, sight: 10.5"h x 3.75"w, overall (with frame): 18.5"h x 21"w

        Clars Auctions
      • George O. 'Pop' Hart (American, 1889-1953) lithograph
        Jun. 01, 2024

        George O. 'Pop' Hart (American, 1889-1953) lithograph

        Est: $150 - $250

        Tea Garden, Fez. lithograph, ca. 1928, signed and numbered 13/50 in pencil.  11 3/4 x 16

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933)
        May. 19, 2024

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933)

        Est: $100 - $150

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933) Mixed Media (Probably Charcoal & Etching) on Paper. Pencil Signed Lower Middle. Also Signed Hart on the Top Right in the Design. Beautifully Framed Under Glass. Has Not Been Examined Out of Frame. Condition: Excellent. Dimensions: Sight- 13.5" x 10". Frame- 21.5" x 17.75". Provenance: From a Long Island, NY Home. Please note the absence of a Condition Report does not imply that there are no condition issues with this lot. Please contact us for a detailed Condition Report. It is the Buyer's responsibility to inspect each lot and deem their own opinions on Condition, Description, Provenance, and Validity before purchasing. Please make an appointment to preview or ask for Condition Reports. Condition Reports are rendered as an opinion by the staff of the Auction House and not as statements of fact. REMEMBER ALL SALES ARE FINAL AND ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD AS-IS, WHERE IS.

        World Auction Gallery
      • George O. (Pop) Hart (America 1868-1933), "Courtyard Tangiers", 1929, Watercolor on canvas, 4" x 5 1/2", Provenance: Zabriskie Gallery, N.Y. , Owing- Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Provenance:Estate of William ...
        Apr. 27, 2024

        George O. (Pop) Hart (America 1868-1933), "Courtyard Tangiers", 1929, Watercolor on canvas, 4" x 5 1/2", Provenance: Zabriskie Gallery, N.Y. , Owing- Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Provenance:Estate of William ...

        Est: $300 - $500

        George O. (Pop) Hart (America 1868-1933) "Courtyard Tangiers", 1929 Watercolor on canvas 4" x 5 1/2" Provenance: Zabriskie Gallery, N.Y. Owing- Dewey Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico Provenance:Estate of William J Levy Park Avenue, New York

        Nadeau's Auction Gallery
      • Pop (George) Hart (1868-1933) Mix Media On Paper
        Mar. 23, 2024

        Pop (George) Hart (1868-1933) Mix Media On Paper

        Est: -

        Signature on the upper left corner. Used condition. Frame measures approximately 14.75in x 19in. Artwork measures approximately 8.25in x 12.25in. nr13105

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Bowling Night
        Mar. 05, 2024

        Bowling Night

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        Property of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Sold to Benefit its Acquisitions Program George Overbury Hart 1868 - 1933 Bowling Night signed - George Overbury Hart - (lower right) oil on canvas 29 ¼ by 36 ¼ in. 74.3 by 92.0 cm. Executed in 1913.

        Sotheby's
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933), landscape with figure and donkey, oil on canvas, 19" H x 29 1/8" W (Sight), 34 5/8" H x 24 3/4" W (Frame)
        Dec. 16, 2023

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933), landscape with figure and donkey, oil on canvas, 19" H x 29 1/8" W (Sight), 34 5/8" H x 24 3/4" W (Frame)

        Est: $600 - $900

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart American, (1868-1933) landscape with figure and donkey oil on canvas Unsigned. Some loss to paint. Biography from Blake Benton Fine Art: George Overbury "Pop" Hart, Painter, etcher, born in Cairo, IL, May 10, 1868. Hart grew up in a household in which several of his older siblings were artists. This association created in Hart an early love for art. Early in his career, he was a sign painter for amusement parks in New York City. Although many writers have perpetuated the myth that Pop Hart was a self-taught artist, he was quite the contrary. In fact Hart had more training than some of the better known artists of his time. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago for three years from 1894-1897 and briefly at the Academie Julian in Paris in 1907. During the first two decades of the twentieth century, Hart was also a central figure in the Fort Lee, New Jersey artists' colony and counted among his close friends such important artists as Jules Pascin, Walt Kuhn, Edward Hopper and Arthur B. Davies. He also created stage sets for motion picture studios during his stay in the Fort Lee artists' colony. During this time Hart was also associated with different members of the New York Social Realist group of artists that included Robert Henri, John Sloan and others. His schooling and association with these eminent artists provided him with the solid foundation that became evident in his art. Little known today, Hart was a frequent traveler who visited such far away exotic lands as North Africa, Tahiti, the West Indies and Mexico. Hart's favorite choice of medium, watercolor, was well suited to his preference to paint en plein air (on the spot) in a spontaneous, free-flowing style. In Fact William H. Gerdts noted that Hart had "a realistic sometimes reportorial style. Hart was perhaps America's finest watercolorist combining brilliant draftsmanship with broad free-flowing washes of color." While Hart experimented with Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Modernism, Social Realism and other aesthetics, his stylistic approach was both innovative and progressive. In 1921, he began printmaking, working in drypoint, lithographs, and etching. He prized spontaneity in his work, and while few may associate graphic work such as printmaking as being spontaneous, Hart was able to capture the moment within these works by his bold contrast of lights and darks and his simplified use of lines. Of all the styles and mediums Hart chose to employ, none were more innovative and fresher than his work in watercolor. "Hart used a fairly radical method of layering paint in loose, watery strokes, allowing his passages to drip and blend together in an accidental manner. During his own day, Hart, along with John Marin and Charles Burchfield was regarded as a leading figure in American Watercolor." Some of Hart's work reflects the influence of the renowned artist Maurice Brazil Prendergast in its addition of bold color, form and subject matter. Like Prendergast Hart painted people partaking in leisurely strolls along beaches enjoying the everyday goings on that life had to offer. No doubt these scenes were of keen interest to Hart who had a studio along the beach front of Coytesville, New Jersey. He was also known for genre, portraits, landscapes, markets, horsemen, Arabs and rivers. He was a member of the American Watercolor Society; New York Watercolor Club; Brooklyn Society of Etchers; Salons of America; Society of Independent Artists and others. He won various awards including Etching prize, Brooklyn Society of Etchers, 1923-1924; first prize, watercolor, Palisade Art Association, Englewood, NJ, 1924; bronze medal, Sesquicentennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1926 and others. His work can also be found in major museums in the United States and abroad. A bust of him by Reuben Nakian is in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City donated as a gift compliments of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He died in New York City in 1933.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868 - 1933), Self Portrait, 1925, etching, 16"H x 12"W
        Oct. 28, 2023

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868 - 1933), Self Portrait, 1925, etching, 16"H x 12"W

        Est: $160 - $300

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart American, (1868 - 1933) Self Portrait, 1925 etching Pencil signed lower right. Biography from Blake Benton Fine Art, Artists G - K: George Overbury "Pop" Hart, Painter, etcher, born in Cairo, IL, May 10, 1868. Hart grew up in a household in which several of his older siblings were artists. This association created in Hart an early love for art. Early in his career, he was a sign painter for amusement parks in New York City. Although many writers have perpetuated the myth that Pop Hart was a self-taught artist, he was quite the contrary. In fact Hart had more training than some of the better known artists of his time. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago for three years from 1894-1897 and briefly at the Academie Julian in Paris in 1907. During the first two decades of the twentieth century, Hart was also a central figure in the Fort Lee, New Jersey artists' colony and counted among his close friends such important artists as Jules Pascin, Walt Kuhn, Edward Hopper and Arthur B. Davies. He also created stage sets for motion picture studios during his stay in the Fort Lee artists' colony. During this time Hart was also associated with different members of the New York Social Realist group of artists that included Robert Henri, John Sloan and others. His schooling and association with these eminent artists provided him with the solid foundation that became evident in his art. Little known today, Hart was a frequent traveler who visited such far away exotic lands as North Africa, Tahiti, the West Indies and Mexico. Hart's favorite choice of medium, watercolor, was well suited to his preference to paint en plein air (on the spot) in a spontaneous, free-flowing style. In Fact William H. Gerdts noted that Hart had "a realistic sometimes reportorial style. Hart was perhaps America's finest watercolorist combining brilliant draftsmanship with broad free-flowing washes of color." While Hart experimented with Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Modernism, Social Realism and other aesthetics, his stylistic approach was both innovative and progressive. In 1921, he began printmaking, working in drypoint, lithographs, and etching. He prized spontaneity in his work, and while few may associate graphic work such as printmaking as being spontaneous, Hart was able to capture the moment within these works by his bold contrast of lights and darks and his simplified use of lines. Of all the styles and mediums Hart chose to employ, none were more innovative and fresher than his work in watercolor. "Hart used a fairly radical method of layering paint in loose, watery strokes, allowing his passages to drip and blend together in an accidental manner. During his own day, Hart, along with John Marin and Charles Burchfield was regarded as a leading figure in American Watercolor." Some of Hart's work reflects the influence of the renowned artist Maurice Brazil Prendergast in its addition of bold color, form and subject matter. Like Prendergast Hart painted people partaking in leisurely strolls along beaches enjoying the everyday goings on that life had to offer. No doubt these scenes were of keen interest to Hart who had a studio along the beach front of Coytesville, New Jersey. He was also known for genre, portraits, landscapes, markets, horsemen, Arabs and rivers. He was a member of the American Watercolor Society; New York Watercolor Club; Brooklyn Society of Etchers; Salons of America; Society of Independent Artists and others. He won various awards including Etching prize, Brooklyn Society of Etchers, 1923-1924; first prize, watercolor, Palisade Art Association, Englewood, NJ, 1924; bronze medal, Sesquicentennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1926 and others. His work can also be found in major museums in the United States and abroad. A bust of him by Reuben Nakian is in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City donated as a gift compliments of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He died in New York City in 1933.

        Ripley Auctions
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933), landscape with figure and donkey, oil on canvas, 19" H x 29 1/8" W (Sight), 34 5/8" H x 24 3/4" W (Frame)
        Oct. 07, 2023

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, American (1868-1933), landscape with figure and donkey, oil on canvas, 19" H x 29 1/8" W (Sight), 34 5/8" H x 24 3/4" W (Frame)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart American, (1868-1933) landscape with figure and donkey oil on canvas Unsigned. Some loss to paint. Biography from Blake Benton Fine Art: George Overbury "Pop" Hart, Painter, etcher, born in Cairo, IL, May 10, 1868. Hart grew up in a household in which several of his older siblings were artists. This association created in Hart an early love for art. Early in his career, he was a sign painter for amusement parks in New York City. Although many writers have perpetuated the myth that Pop Hart was a self-taught artist, he was quite the contrary. In fact Hart had more training than some of the better known artists of his time. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago for three years from 1894-1897 and briefly at the Academie Julian in Paris in 1907. During the first two decades of the twentieth century, Hart was also a central figure in the Fort Lee, New Jersey artists' colony and counted among his close friends such important artists as Jules Pascin, Walt Kuhn, Edward Hopper and Arthur B. Davies. He also created stage sets for motion picture studios during his stay in the Fort Lee artists' colony. During this time Hart was also associated with different members of the New York Social Realist group of artists that included Robert Henri, John Sloan and others. His schooling and association with these eminent artists provided him with the solid foundation that became evident in his art. Little known today, Hart was a frequent traveler who visited such far away exotic lands as North Africa, Tahiti, the West Indies and Mexico. Hart's favorite choice of medium, watercolor, was well suited to his preference to paint en plein air (on the spot) in a spontaneous, free-flowing style. In Fact William H. Gerdts noted that Hart had "a realistic sometimes reportorial style. Hart was perhaps America's finest watercolorist combining brilliant draftsmanship with broad free-flowing washes of color." While Hart experimented with Impressionism, Post Impressionism, Modernism, Social Realism and other aesthetics, his stylistic approach was both innovative and progressive. In 1921, he began printmaking, working in drypoint, lithographs, and etching. He prized spontaneity in his work, and while few may associate graphic work such as printmaking as being spontaneous, Hart was able to capture the moment within these works by his bold contrast of lights and darks and his simplified use of lines. Of all the styles and mediums Hart chose to employ, none were more innovative and fresher than his work in watercolor. "Hart used a fairly radical method of layering paint in loose, watery strokes, allowing his passages to drip and blend together in an accidental manner. During his own day, Hart, along with John Marin and Charles Burchfield was regarded as a leading figure in American Watercolor." Some of Hart's work reflects the influence of the renowned artist Maurice Brazil Prendergast in its addition of bold color, form and subject matter. Like Prendergast Hart painted people partaking in leisurely strolls along beaches enjoying the everyday goings on that life had to offer. No doubt these scenes were of keen interest to Hart who had a studio along the beach front of Coytesville, New Jersey. He was also known for genre, portraits, landscapes, markets, horsemen, Arabs and rivers. He was a member of the American Watercolor Society; New York Watercolor Club; Brooklyn Society of Etchers; Salons of America; Society of Independent Artists and others. He won various awards including Etching prize, Brooklyn Society of Etchers, 1923-1924; first prize, watercolor, Palisade Art Association, Englewood, NJ, 1924; bronze medal, Sesquicentennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1926 and others. His work can also be found in major museums in the United States and abroad. A bust of him by Reuben Nakian is in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City donated as a gift compliments of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. He died in New York City in 1933.

        Ripley Auctions
      • George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868–1933), The Baptism, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r. and numbered 16/30 l.l., Frame: 12 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. (31.8 x 39.4 cm.)
        Apr. 11, 2023

        George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868–1933), The Baptism, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r. and numbered 16/30 l.l., Frame: 12 1/2 x 15 1/2 in. (31.8 x 39.4 cm.)

        Est: $100 - $200

        George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868–1933), The Baptism, Etching and Aquatint, Signed l.r. and numbered 16/30 l.l.,

        Weschler's
      • Pop Hart, Market Plaza, Mexico
        Mar. 16, 2023

        Pop Hart, Market Plaza, Mexico

        Est: $200 - $400

        Pop Hart (1868 - 1933) Market Plaza, Mexico aquatint and softground etching inscribed and titled in graphite lower left: PW46W / Market Plaza - Mexico signed in graphite lower right: Pop Hart

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • George OVERBURY (POP) HART: "Happy Days"
        Feb. 25, 2023

        George OVERBURY (POP) HART: "Happy Days"

        Est: $400 - $500

        George OVERBURY (POP) HART (1868-1933): "Happy Days, Self-Portrait". Etching and drypoint on thick Japan wove paper, 1925. Edition of 50 Titled and signed in pencil. Plate size: 10 3/8 x 8 7/8 inches.

        Armstrong Fine Art
      • George Hart aquatint
        Feb. 04, 2023

        George Hart aquatint

        Est: $600 - $900

        George O. 'Pop' Hart (1868-1933) ''Coytesville on the Hudson''- aquatint in colors, ca. 1920's, signed in pencil, some old glue and tape remnants along top edge. 7 1/2 x 11 3/4''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart
        Nov. 10, 2022

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart

        Est: $200 - $400

        (American, 1868-1933) Dias de Fiesta, circa 1924, signed lower right "Pop (cypher) Hart", etching and aquatint on paper, plate 7-3/4 x 10-7/8 in.; modern black frame, 16 x 17-1/4 in. Provenance: Private New Orleans Collection

        Brunk Auctions
      • George "Pop" Hart, monotype etching
        Oct. 13, 2022

        George "Pop" Hart, monotype etching

        Est: $150 - $250

        George Overby "Pop" Hart (American, 1863-1933), "The Hostess, Tahiti", monotype in colors on wove paper, pencil signed lower right, titled lower edge, hinged at top corners into mat, 7"h x 8.75"w (image), 11.25"h x 15.25"w (sheet), 24"h x 20"w (mat)

        Millea Bros Ltd
      • GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Group of 5 drawings.
        Sep. 22, 2022

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Group of 5 drawings.

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Group of 5 drawings. Tahitian Girl, watercolor on paper mounted on board, 1903. Signed and inscribed "Tahiti" in ink, lower right recto * Festival Day, pen and ink and pencil on brown wove paper, 1926. Signed twice, dated and inscribed "Mex" in pencil, lower recto * Grinding Grain, charcoal and pen and ink on paper, 1929. Signed, dated and inscribed in charcoal and titled in pencil, lower right recto * Calking Ship, pen and ink and watercolor on brownish gray wove paper, 1930. Signed, dated and inscribed "Palma" in ink and titled and further inscribed in pencil, lower recto * Buying His Lunch, pen and ink and wash on paper, 1930. Signed, dated, titled and inscribed "Palma" in ink, lower recto. Property of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Sold to benefit the Acquisitions Fund (80.1935, 165.1940, 164.1940, 162.1940, 166.1940).

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Book Stall, Holland.
        Sep. 22, 2022

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Book Stall, Holland.

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART Book Stall, Holland. Oil on canvas, circa 1905-07. 405x510 mm; 16x20 inches. Signed in oil, lower right recto. Gregory Gilbert has reviewed and verbally confirmed this work to be by the artist. Provenance: Private collection, Virginia. During the first decade of the 20th century, Hart (1868-1933) traveled extensively, spending time in Europe, the South Pacific, and Egypt. While in Paris in 1907 he studied at the Académie Julian for a brief period, however most of his time abroad was spent observing other cultures and recording his travels in his artwork. While he received some academic training and observed the emergent modern art movements in Paris, his style remained rooted in American tendencies. His works from this time are particularly reminiscent of the Ashcan School and their propensity to record a living experience. This work, one of approximately 28 oil paintings the artist executed during his career, depicts daily life in Holland.

        Swann Auction Galleries
      • Pop (George Overbury) Hart, (American 1868-1933), Women Washing Clothes, Watercolor on Paper, Frame: 28 1/4 x 34 in. (71.76 x 86.36 cm.)
        Jun. 14, 2022

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, (American 1868-1933), Women Washing Clothes, Watercolor on Paper, Frame: 28 1/4 x 34 in. (71.76 x 86.36 cm.)

        Est: $500 - $700

        Pop (George Overbury) Hart, (American 1868-1933), Women Washing Clothes, Watercolor on Paper,

        Weschler's
      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois)
        Feb. 16, 2022

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois)

        Est: $200 - $400

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois, 1868-1933), "Landscape, Santo Domingo", c. 1925, etching and drypoint, pencil-signed lower margin, 7 1/8 in. x 10 3/4 in., framed; AND "Springtime in New Orleans", c. 1925, lithograph, pencil-signed lower margin, signed in plate, 9 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in., framed. (2 pcs.) Condition: Each overall fair condition. Ext. Frames: 16 1/4 in. x 18 3/4 in. x 1 in. and 18 in. x 20 3/4 in. x 1 in

        Neal Auction Company
      • George O. Hart lithograph
        Dec. 04, 2021

        George O. Hart lithograph

        Est: $100 - $200

        George Overbury Hart (American 1868-1933) ''Cabin Boy''- lithograph, signed in pencil, heavy toning along bottom margin. 6 x 6 3/4''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart intaglio
        Dec. 04, 2021

        George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart intaglio

        Est: $300 - $600

        George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart (American 1868-1933) ''Orizaba, Mexico''- soft ground etching with aquatint, 1925, signed in pencil, un-stated edition size, printed in color via the method ''a la poupee'' on heavy weight ivory color wove paper. Hart experimented with many print methods and usually did not specify edition size. Very slight mat burn, otherwise good condition. 7 7/8 x 12 3/8''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • George O. ''Pop'' Hart charcoal, pastel & watercolor
        Dec. 04, 2021

        George O. ''Pop'' Hart charcoal, pastel & watercolor

        Est: $500 - $800

        George Overbury ''Pop'' Hart (American 1868-1933) ''Roadside Restaurant''-charcoal, pastel & watercolor on brown paper, 1929, signed and dated Hart 29 lower left and titled in ink lower center (possibly added later by another hand). This work is from his last known trip to Mexico. Gregory Gilbert in his book on Hart illustrates another drawing done in charcoal of a similar roadside restaurant scene completed during one of Hart's frequent trips to Mexico. This work is accompanied by a gallery label from Galleries Maurice Sternberg, Chicago. Very small tear lower left corner, old tape on edges verso. 15 x 19 7/8''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • GEORGE 'POP' HART - NUDE STUDY
        Oct. 28, 2021

        GEORGE 'POP' HART - NUDE STUDY

        Est: $100 - $200

        Lot 90 George 'Pop' Hart American (1868-1933) Nude Study (c.1921) graphite on paper sight: 9 1/8 x 7 1/4 inches sheet: 8 1/2 x 10 7/8 inches Provenance: the estate of Jerome Lurie, labor attorney and law partner of Sidney E. Cohn

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE TOILERS" ETCHING
        Oct. 16, 2021

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE TOILERS" ETCHING

        Est: $100 - $150

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE TOILERS" ETCHING, drypoint, pencil signed in margin lower right. Housed under glass in an old black-painted frame. Together with another drypoint by the artist depicting mother and child, pencil signed, housed under glass in old black-painted frame. Two pieces total.

        Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
      • GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "CHICKEN VENDOR, TRINIDAD" ETCHING
        Oct. 16, 2021

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "CHICKEN VENDOR, TRINIDAD" ETCHING

        Est: $100 - $150

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "CHICKEN VENDOR, TRINIDAD" ETCHING, drypoint, pencil signed in margin lower right (obscured by mat). Housed in a black-painted frame. Together with another etching by the artist depicting ladies seated by the shore overseeing the fisherman's catch, pencil signed and housed in a black-painted frame. Two pieces total.

        Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
      • GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE GALLERY, OLD FRENCH OPERA HOUSE, NEW ORLEANS" ETCHING
        Oct. 16, 2021

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE GALLERY, OLD FRENCH OPERA HOUSE, NEW ORLEANS" ETCHING

        Est: $100 - $150

        GEORGE OVERBURY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) "THE GALLERY, OLD FRENCH OPERA HOUSE, NEW ORLEANS" ETCHING, drypoint, signature in plate and pencil signed in margin lower right. Housed under glass in an old gilt frame.

        Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
      • GEORGE OVERBY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) NEW JERSEY LANDSCAPE
        Oct. 16, 2021

        GEORGE OVERBY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) NEW JERSEY LANDSCAPE

        Est: $500 - $1,000

        GEORGE OVERBY "POP" HART (AMERICAN, 1868-1933) NEW JERSEY LANDSCAPE, watercolor and pencil on paper, possibly a depiction of the Palisades, near Fort Lee, signed and dated "Hart / 1921" lower left. Housed under glass in an old gilt frame.

        Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates
      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American, 1868-1933)
        Oct. 07, 2021

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American, 1868-1933)

        Est: $400 - $600

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American, 1868-1933, active New Orleans, 1920s) , "Landscape, Santo Domingo", c. 1925, etching and drypoint, pencil-signed lower margin, 7 1/8 in. x 10 3/4 in., framed; AND "Springtime in New Orleans", c. 1925, lithograph, pencil-signed lower margin, signed in plate, 9 1/2 in. x 12 1/2 in., framed. (2 pcs.) Condition: Each overall fair condition. Ext. Frames: 16 1/4 in. x 18 3/4 in. x 1 in. and 18 in. x 20 3/4 in. x 1 in

        Neal Auction Company
      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois)
        Oct. 06, 2021

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois)

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois, 1868-1933, active New Orleans, 1920s) , "French Market, New Orleans", watercolor and graphite on paper, signed lower right, "Enoch's Framing and Gallery, New Orleans" label on backing paper, 14 1/8 in. x 22 2/8 in., framed Provenance: Estate of Martha Ann Samuel, New Orleans, 2006. Condition: Light toning; slightly unevenly trimmed edges; scratches and marks scattered throughout; 3 1/2 in. fold upper left; scattered paint loss; scattered pinholes; 2 1 in . areas of flaking center of work (above standing women); 1 in. tear mid-right edge; 1/4 in. tear upper right corner; frame has marks, nicks and abrasions. Ext. Frame: 21 1/2 in. x 29 in. x 1 in

        Neal Auction Company
      • GEORGE 'POP' HART - NUDE STUDY
        Jul. 29, 2021

        GEORGE 'POP' HART - NUDE STUDY

        Est: $200 - $300

        Lot 84 George 'Pop' Hart American (1868-1933) Nude Study (c.1921) graphite on paper sight: 9 1/8 x 7 1/4 inches sheet: 8 1/2 x 10 7/8 inches Provenance: the estate of Jerome Lurie, labor attorney and law partner of Sidney E. Cohn

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart (United States) 1868-1933. Water Carrier. Drypoint, 1923. Ref: Newark Museum 211; Not in LC. Ed: 30 or fe...
        Jun. 28, 2021

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (United States) 1868-1933. Water Carrier. Drypoint, 1923. Ref: Newark Museum 211; Not in LC. Ed: 30 or fe...

        Est: $200 - $400

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (United States) 1868-1933. Water Carrier. Drypoint, 1923. Ref: Newark Museum 211; Not in LC. Ed: 30 or fewer. Signed with pencil, l.r. Signed "Pop" Hart", in the plate, l.r. Printed by the artist in black ink on sturdy, dark cream wove paper. Some even tone; remnants of glue along top margin, masking tape around edges, verso. 01 x 278 mm. (7 7/8 x 10 7/8 in. ) George Schreiber (Belgium/United States) 1904-1977. Haying. Lithograph, 1945. Windisch /Cole 729. Ed: 250, as published by Associated American Artists. Signed with pencil, l.r. Printed with black ink on cream wove paper with complete margins. 242 x 337 mm. (9 1/2 x 13 1/4 in.). Framed. (2)

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      • Ten works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts...
        May. 24, 2021

        Ten works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts...

        Est: $75 - $125

        Ten works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts defeated cockfighter among onlookers, signed LR, Gallery label verso, ss: 8 1/2" h. x 6" w.; and signature bearing Frieda Souviens, etching, depicts landscape with bridge and mountains in distance, signed LR, inscription LL, framed and matted under glass, ss: 9 1/2" h. x 12 1/4" w., both pieces with condition consistent with age including light wear, toning, and minor damages; Albert Sterner (American, 1863-1946), "Head of Christ #1," monotype on paper, matted, unframed, expected wear, not examined out of protective sleeve, ss: 13" h. x 9 3/4" w.; and John W. Evans (b. 1855), "Old Catalpa Tree in Central Park N.Y.C. 1932," wood engraving, after Paula Eliasoph (American, 1895-1983) painting, signed in pencil in bottom margin, inscribed "Paula Eliasoph 1932" in plate UR, matted, unframed, minor wear to wear especially where taped to board, some toning, ss: 8 1/2" h. x 9 1/2" w.; along with six works on paper, including: B. Roberts, watercolor, depicts a low-roof structure and fence with a lawn and dirt driveway, signed LL, ss: 10 1/4" x 15" w.; Howard Yardley, charcoal, "Venice", depicts Venetian street scene, signed LR, ss: 15" h. x 14 1/4" w.; and four ink drawings by Bartaqua, each depicting men at work, all signed LR, sheet: 22" h. x 13 3/4" w., all with wear consistent with age and use including wear to edges, toning, and minor damages.

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      • Goerge Overbury "Pop" Hart, Am. 1868-1933, Family with Ox, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 13 3/8" x 21 3/8" sight, 20 1/2" x
        May. 15, 2021

        Goerge Overbury "Pop" Hart, Am. 1868-1933, Family with Ox, Watercolor on paper, framed under glass, 13 3/8" x 21 3/8" sight, 20 1/2" x

        Est: $400 - $600

        Goerge Overbury "Pop" Hart Am. 1868-1933 Family with Ox Watercolor on paper, framed under glass Signed l.l. 13 3/8" x 21 3/8" sight, 20 1/2" x 28 5/16" framed Provenance: Private Collection Massachusetts

        Barridoff Auctions
      • George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Negro Women Washing Clothes
        Apr. 28, 2021

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Negro Women Washing Clothes

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart Negro Women Washing Clothes 1921 watercolor on paper 16.25 h × 22.25 w in (41 × 57 cm) Signed, titled and dated to lower right 'Hart 1921 May Negro Women Washing Clothes'. condition: Measurements are of sight and work has not been examined out of frame. Sheet is toned with areas of very minor wear to pigments throughout. Framed behind glass measuring 28 x 34 inches.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Mexican Harbor
        Apr. 28, 2021

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Mexican Harbor

        Est: $600 - $800

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart Mexican Harbor watercolor on paper 14.25 h × 11.125 w in (36 × 28 cm) Signed to lower right 'Hart'. Provenance: Forum Gallery, New York condition: Work is in good overall condition. Uneven toning to sheet with two faint spots of possible foxing at upper center, however work presents well. Framed behind glass measuring 20 x 17 inches.

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      • G.O. POP HART Signed Ltd Ed Soft-ground Etching
        Apr. 21, 2021

        G.O. POP HART Signed Ltd Ed Soft-ground Etching

        Est: $200 - $600

        George Overbury ‘Pop’ Hart signed limited edition soft-ground etching, signature to the lower right corner reads ‘Pop Hart’, edition to lower left corner reads ‘76’, affixed to verso is a page of information on the artist and piece itself, subject a marketplace, double matted in blue and salmon pink, gilt silver frame, chips to frame, measures 11.75 inches tall by 14.5 inches wide, not examined out of frame, Property of Palm Beach Estate, George Overbury Pop Hart, Pop Hart, signed, soft-ground etching, etching on paper, market place, home decor, wall art, modern art.7 From his early travels onward, Hart worked often in the highly portable medium of watercolor, and he developed a loose, vigorous style that eventually attracted the attention of Knoedler Gallery in New York, which gave him his first show. Critics have singled out his eye for detail, his technical accomplishment, and his roguish humor for praise. After moving to the New York City area, Hart became part of an artist colony in Fort Lee, New Jersey, that included such champions of

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      • GEORGE (POP) HART (1868-1933) LITHOGRAPH
        Apr. 09, 2021

        GEORGE (POP) HART (1868-1933) LITHOGRAPH

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        George O. (Pop) Hart, American (1868-1933). "Mexican Band" large lithograph. Pencil signed, numbered 39/50 lower right. Dimensions: (Frame) H 26.75" x W 32", (Sight) H 18" x W 23.5" Condition: Paper with light age toning. Mat age toned. Frame with nicks.

        Westport Auction
      • 2 American etchings- Davies & Hart
        Feb. 06, 2021

        2 American etchings- Davies & Hart

        Est: $150 - $250

        2 American etchings 1). Arthur B. Davies (American 1862-1928)- ''Entreat'' (Czestochowski 217)- mezzotint, 1927, signed and annotated 'trial proof' in pencil, very good condition. 6 x 4'' 2). George O. 'Pop' Hart (American 1868-1933)- ''The Bathers''- drypoint signed in pencil, slightly light struck. 9 7/8 x 7 3/4''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Attributed to George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868-1933), Man with Donkey, Watercolor and Pencil on Paper, Frame: 14 x 16 in
        Dec. 08, 2020

        Attributed to George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868-1933), Man with Donkey, Watercolor and Pencil on Paper, Frame: 14 x 16 in

        Est: $300 - $500

        Attributed to George Overbury (Pop) Hart (American 1868-1933), Man with Donkey, Watercolor and Pencil on Paper, Frame: 14 x 16 in

        Weschler's
      • George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Trinada
        Sep. 24, 2020

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart, Trinada

        Est: $200 - $400

        George 0. 'Pop' Hart Trinada 1918 charcoal and gouache on brown paper 10.5 h × 14.75 w in (27 × 37 cm) Signed, titled, dated and inscribed to lower left 'Hart Trinada 1918'. condition: Work is in overall good condition. Laid to backing board. Some toning and minor handling marks visible throughout. Colors present well. Framed behind glass measuring 18 x 22 inches.

        Rago Arts and Auction Center
      • George Pop Overbury Hart (1868-1933): Lion Monument and Figures, Cairo
        Sep. 10, 2020

        George Pop Overbury Hart (1868-1933): Lion Monument and Figures, Cairo

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Watercolor, pencil and gouache on paper, signed 'Pop Hart', inscribed 'Cairo Egypt' and indistinctly inscribed in pencil lower left. 15 x 11 in. (sight), 23 1/2 x 19 3/4 in. (frame).  

        STAIR
      • George Overbury Hart (American, 1868-1933), , The Play Grounds at the Mella Fez
        Jun. 02, 2020

        George Overbury Hart (American, 1868-1933), , The Play Grounds at the Mella Fez

        Est: $300 - $500

        George Overbury Hart (American, 1868-1933) The Play Grounds at the Mella Fez Signed, dated and located 'Hart 1929 Fez-Maroc' bottom right, ink and watercolor on board. 16 3/4 x 20 5/8 in. (42.5 x 52.4cm) provenance: Private Collection, Pennsylvania.

        Freeman's | Hindman
      • POP HART - BATHERS - SIGNED ETCHING - C.1910
        Apr. 30, 2020

        POP HART - BATHERS - SIGNED ETCHING - C.1910

        Est: $400 - $500

        BATHERS - an original etching with aquatint by well listed American artist George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American 1868-1933) Signed by the artist and titled. Image size 11 x 8 inches with a sheet size of 12 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches. In very good condition. On nice cream colored paper.

        Beowulf Art and Books
      • George Overbury 'Pop' Hart 2 prints
        Feb. 08, 2020

        George Overbury 'Pop' Hart 2 prints

        Est: $150 - $250

        George Overbury 'Pop' Hart (American 1868-1933)- ''The Gamblers''- lithograph in colors, 1920, signed, dated and inscription to Lucian Andriot in pencil; and ''Weighing and Matching the Birds''- collotype, 1927, light struck. 6 3/8 x 9''; 10 3/4 x 17''

        Rachel Davis Fine Arts
      • Two works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts...
        Jan. 13, 2020

        Two works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts...

        Est: $75 - $125

        Two works on paper, including: Pop (George Overbury) Hart (American, 1868 - 1933), lithograph, "The Champion, Mexico 1928", depicts defeated cockfighter among onlookers, signed LR, Gallery label verso, ss: 8 1/2" h. x 6" w.; and signature bearing Frieda Souviens, etching, depicts landscape with bridge and mountains in distance, signed LR, inscription LL, framed and matted under glass, ss: 9 1/2" h. x 12 1/4" w., both pieces with condition consistent with age including light wear, toning, and minor damages.

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      • George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/IL)
        Sep. 15, 2019

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/IL)

        Est: $400 - $600

        George Overbury "Pop" Hart (American/Illinois, 1868-1933) , "Landscape with Footbridge across a Pond", watercolor on paper, signed lower left, 15 1/2 in. x 22 in., framed

        Neal Auction Company
      • GEORGE OVERBURY HART, (AMERICAN, 1868-1933), THE HOSTESS, TAHITI
        Sep. 11, 2019

        GEORGE OVERBURY HART, (AMERICAN, 1868-1933), THE HOSTESS, TAHITI

        Est: $150 - $250

        GEORGE OVERBURY HART (american, 1868-1933) THE HOSTESS, TAHITI Pencil signed bottom right and dated '39' bottom left; also inscribed 'The Hostess/ Tahiti/ Monotype Etching/ 22,' on sheet monotype etching on paper. Image: 7 x 8 3/4 in. (17.8 x 22.2cm) Sheet: 10 3/4 x 13 1/4 in. (27.3 x 33.7cm) provenance: Private Collection, Philadelphia.

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