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Painter, Illustrator, b. 1884 - d. 1955

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    • Rachel V. Hartley, New York (1884-1955), untitled, 1932, oil on board, 19 1/2"H x 23 1/4"w (sight), 28"H x 31"W (frame).
      Jul. 01, 2023

      Rachel V. Hartley, New York (1884-1955), untitled, 1932, oil on board, 19 1/2"H x 23 1/4"w (sight), 28"H x 31"W (frame).

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Rachel V. Hartley New York, (1884-1955) untitled, 1932 oil on board Signed and dated lower right. Exhibited: PPOW Gallery, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Born into a family of artists in New York City on January 4, 1884, Rachel Hartley was the daughter of sculptor Jonathon Scott Hartley and Helen Inness Hartley. Her grandfather was George Inness, one of America's greatest 19th century painters. She was raised in Montclair, New Jersey, and educated in private schools there. At age 17, and with a letter of recommendation from her famous grandfather, Miss Hartley entered the Art Students League in New York City as a special student. After her studies at the League were over, she worked in a studio next to her father's and devoted herself to portraits. In 1916, she was invited to accompany her botanist brother on the first William Beebe expedition to South America. Hartley was the official artist on the expedition organized by the American Museum of Natural History. The team spent six months at the Tropical Research Station of the New York Zoological Society in British Guiana. During the trip, Hartley perfected a loose representational style and developed a keen interest in the pure landscape expressed through natural colors and dramatic use of light. An important untitled Florida painting of a large and impressive tree that dominates a riverine landscape, now in the Percy-Geiger Collection in Tallahassee, Florida, is representative of this phase in her career. Here, Hartley also reflects the influence of the independent movement in American art led by Robert Henri and John Sloan but in a Florida-based landscape with possible religious reference to the Tree in the Garden of Eden. This painting hovers between 19th century academic painting and the work of the 20th century Realists. Rachel Hartley often said that her "artistic career really began on a train bound for Tarpon Springs, Florida, with her grandparents," who maintained a vacation home there. Florida was to play an important role in the life of this suffragette artist throughout her long and prolific career. Hartley maintained residences in New York City and Southampton, Long Island. Typically, she spent summers partly in Southampton and partly in Provincetown, Gloucester, or elsewhere in New England. She also spent part of the year painting in Florida and other southern states, especially Virginia and the Carolinas. She exhibited her popular works, including Florida-themed works, principally in the Northeast in Boston and New York, including exhibitions at the Ainslie and MacBeth Galleries. Her paintings are included in many North and South American collections, including the National Gallery in Georgetown, British Guiana, and the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida. Hartley is included in a number of standard reference works including Modernism in the South, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Transformations 1885-1945, the Dictionary of American Artists, and Reflections II :Watercolors of Florida 1835 – 2000. Hartley's important "Peacock paintings" are based on a well-known farm located at the southeast corner of Haines Road or U.S. 19 and Gulf to Bay Boulevard in Clearwater, Florida. The Seville Farm produced peacocks that eventually inundated the area of Greenbriar in north Clearwater where this farm was founded and run by African-American farmers in the 1920s who collected the peacock feathers to sell for use in the fashion industry. The Great Depression signaled the end of the Seville Farm and the fowl were released into the area. Over the years many of the peafowl have been trapped and relocated, yet many still roam the area today. In the painting represented here, Hartley unites the African-American farmers with their fowl. She presents a marginal location and cultural moment previously ignored as inappropriate for the subject of a painting until the revolution prompted by the so-called Ashcan Group of painters at the Art Students League prior to the Armory Show of 1913 where a new style of relaxed realism and personal expression was formally introduced to contemporary American art. In doing so, she creates a canvas of visual interest in her characteristic style of relaxed realism and local color, as she captures a bit of Black ethnic life and history which was a subject of great interest to northern artists and thinkers working in the South because of the exotic and symbol-laden peacock with its rich associations of sainthood, vice, and the mysteries of the East. Excerpt from essay submitted to askART titled Out of the Shadows: Women and the Florida School of Art, by Gary R. Libby, Art Historian and author of book Reflections II: Watercolors of Florida 1835-2000.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Rachel V. Hartley, New York (1884-1955), untitled, 1932, oil on board, 19 1/2"H x 23 1/4"w (sight), 28"H x 31"W (frame).
      Apr. 29, 2023

      Rachel V. Hartley, New York (1884-1955), untitled, 1932, oil on board, 19 1/2"H x 23 1/4"w (sight), 28"H x 31"W (frame).

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Rachel V. Hartley New York, (1884-1955) untitled, 1932 oil on board Signed and dated lower right. Exhibited: PPOW Gallery, NY Biography from the Archives of askART: Born into a family of artists in New York City on January 4, 1884, Rachel Hartley was the daughter of sculptor Jonathon Scott Hartley and Helen Inness Hartley. Her grandfather was George Inness, one of America's greatest 19th century painters. She was raised in Montclair, New Jersey, and educated in private schools there. At age 17, and with a letter of recommendation from her famous grandfather, Miss Hartley entered the Art Students League in New York City as a special student. After her studies at the League were over, she worked in a studio next to her father's and devoted herself to portraits. In 1916, she was invited to accompany her botanist brother on the first William Beebe expedition to South America. Hartley was the official artist on the expedition organized by the American Museum of Natural History. The team spent six months at the Tropical Research Station of the New York Zoological Society in British Guiana. During the trip, Hartley perfected a loose representational style and developed a keen interest in the pure landscape expressed through natural colors and dramatic use of light. An important untitled Florida painting of a large and impressive tree that dominates a riverine landscape, now in the Percy-Geiger Collection in Tallahassee, Florida, is representative of this phase in her career. Here, Hartley also reflects the influence of the independent movement in American art led by Robert Henri and John Sloan but in a Florida-based landscape with possible religious reference to the Tree in the Garden of Eden. This painting hovers between 19th century academic painting and the work of the 20th century Realists. Rachel Hartley often said that her "artistic career really began on a train bound for Tarpon Springs, Florida, with her grandparents," who maintained a vacation home there. Florida was to play an important role in the life of this suffragette artist throughout her long and prolific career. Hartley maintained residences in New York City and Southampton, Long Island. Typically, she spent summers partly in Southampton and partly in Provincetown, Gloucester, or elsewhere in New England. She also spent part of the year painting in Florida and other southern states, especially Virginia and the Carolinas. She exhibited her popular works, including Florida-themed works, principally in the Northeast in Boston and New York, including exhibitions at the Ainslie and MacBeth Galleries. Her paintings are included in many North and South American collections, including the National Gallery in Georgetown, British Guiana, and the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Daytona Beach, Florida. Hartley is included in a number of standard reference works including Modernism in the South, Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Transformations 1885-1945, the Dictionary of American Artists, and Reflections II :Watercolors of Florida 1835 – 2000. Hartley's important "Peacock paintings" are based on a well-known farm located at the southeast corner of Haines Road or U.S. 19 and Gulf to Bay Boulevard in Clearwater, Florida. The Seville Farm produced peacocks that eventually inundated the area of Greenbriar in north Clearwater where this farm was founded and run by African-American farmers in the 1920s who collected the peacock feathers to sell for use in the fashion industry. The Great Depression signaled the end of the Seville Farm and the fowl were released into the area. Over the years many of the peafowl have been trapped and relocated, yet many still roam the area today. In the painting represented here, Hartley unites the African-American farmers with their fowl. She presents a marginal location and cultural moment previously ignored as inappropriate for the subject of a painting until the revolution prompted by the so-called Ashcan Group of painters at the Art Students League prior to the Armory Show of 1913 where a new style of relaxed realism and personal expression was formally introduced to contemporary American art. In doing so, she creates a canvas of visual interest in her characteristic style of relaxed realism and local color, as she captures a bit of Black ethnic life and history which was a subject of great interest to northern artists and thinkers working in the South because of the exotic and symbol-laden peacock with its rich associations of sainthood, vice, and the mysteries of the East. Excerpt from essay submitted to askART titled Out of the Shadows: Women and the Florida School of Art, by Gary R. Libby, Art Historian and author of book Reflections II: Watercolors of Florida 1835-2000.

      Ripley Auctions
    • Rachel Hartley Blessing Fleet Poss Tarpon Springs
      Jan. 22, 2022

      Rachel Hartley Blessing Fleet Poss Tarpon Springs

      Est: $1,200 - $2,400

      Rachel Hartley Blessing Fleet Poss Tarpon Springs, American artist with strong ties to the Greek Orthodox sponge diving community of Tarpon Springs, FL, she was an early Florida Impressionist and the granddaughter of George Inness, Tarpon Springs was the residence and studio of George Inness, Jr. and we surmise the subject may be of Tarpon Springs, she is also associated with New York, Provincetown, Southampton Long Island, Montclair New Jersey, Charleston South Carolina, British Guiana and has works in Tallahassee, Fla. and Daytona Beach, Florida museums, interestingly Harley often sold her Florida paintings to New York and Boston audiences Ref Gary R Libby in AskArt, oil with pencil on board, 10 x 14 inches, 16.75 x 20.75 x 1.125 inches framed, signed lower right, pencil sketch and estate stamp verso. Modern frame. Provenance: Krassner Seymour Cooke Collection formerly of Kennebunkport, Maine, removed from their waterfront Southeast Florida estate in late 2021. Please also see the two Neil Adamson Florida paintings in this sale and the Art Franckowiak Fish Shack oil. CXRL12

      Richard Stedman Estate Services LLC
    • Rachel Hartley, Am. 1884-1955, New York Street Scene, Oil on board, framed, 19 3/4" x 15 13/16" actual, 25 13/16" x 21 7/8" framed
      Aug. 14, 2021

      Rachel Hartley, Am. 1884-1955, New York Street Scene, Oil on board, framed, 19 3/4" x 15 13/16" actual, 25 13/16" x 21 7/8" framed

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      Rachel Hartley Am. 1884-1955 New York Street Scene Oil on board, framed Provenance and biographical information printed and attached to verso 19 3/4" x 15 13/16" actual, 25 13/16" x 21 7/8" framed Provenance: Private Collection Massachusetts

      Barridoff Auctions
    • RACHEL HARTLEY THE PEACOCK'S PARTY WATERCOLOR
      Apr. 18, 2021

      RACHEL HARTLEY THE PEACOCK'S PARTY WATERCOLOR

      Est: $500 - $800

      HARTLEY, Rachel V. (American, 1884-1955): "The Peacocks' Party," watercolor on board with pencil, 16" x 14".

      Burchard Galleries Inc
    • RACHEL HARTLEY CHILDREN WITH PEACOCKS WATERCOLOR
      Apr. 18, 2021

      RACHEL HARTLEY CHILDREN WITH PEACOCKS WATERCOLOR

      Est: $500 - $800

      HARTLEY, Rachel V. (American, 1884-1955): "Children With Peacocks," watercolor on paper with pencil.

      Burchard Galleries Inc
    • Rachel V. Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Under the Palms, A Tropical Beach Scene
      Jan. 25, 2021

      Rachel V. Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Under the Palms, A Tropical Beach Scene

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Rachel V. Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Under the Palms, A Tropical Beach Scene on on canvas board signed LR 19 1/2 x 15 1/2 inches. Collection of Mrs. A. Edward Allinson

      Hindman
    • Rachel V. Hartley (American 1884-1955), Brooklyn Bridge, 1947, Signed Oil on Canvas Laid on Board, 17 x 24 inches
      Sep. 18, 2020

      Rachel V. Hartley (American 1884-1955), Brooklyn Bridge, 1947, Signed Oil on Canvas Laid on Board, 17 x 24 inches

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Rachel V. Hartley (American 1884-1955) Brooklyn Bridge, 1947 Signed with artist's estate stamp l.r. Oil on canvas laid on board 17 x 24 in (43.2 x 61 cm)

      Weschler's
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1959) oil on canvas - Impressionist NY Street Scene in Spring, figures along a busy street, circa 1915. canvas sizes approx. 30 x 20 inches, well listed artist, in original carved gold frame.
      May. 26, 2020

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1959) oil on canvas - Impressionist NY Street Scene in Spring, figures along a busy street, circa 1915. canvas sizes approx. 30 x 20 inches, well listed artist, in original carved gold frame.

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1959) oil on canvas - Impressionist NY Street Scene in Spring, figures along a busy street, circa 1915. canvas sizes approx. 30 x 20 inches, well listed artist, in original carved gold frame.

      Bill Hood & Sons Arts & Antiques Auctions
    • Painting, Rachel Hartley
      Apr. 19, 2020

      Painting, Rachel Hartley

      Est: $400 - $600

      Rachel V. Hartley (American, 1884-1955), "Pink House," oil on board, signed lower left, titled verso, board: 7"h x 9"w, overall (with frame): 11.25"h x 13"w

      Clars Auctions
    • Painting, Rachel Hartley
      Mar. 22, 2020

      Painting, Rachel Hartley

      Est: $600 - $900

      Rachel V. Hartley (American, 1884-1955), "Pink House," oil on board, signed lower left, titled verso, board: 7"h x 9"w, overall (with frame): 11.25"h x 13"w

      Clars Auctions
    • RACHEL V. HARTLEY (NY, 1884-1955)
      Mar. 01, 2020

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY (NY, 1884-1955)

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY (NY, 1884-1955) New York Street in Spring, oil on canvas, signed lower right, depicting a broad avenue crowded with pedestrians and horse drawn vehicles, circa 1915, housed in a gilt gesso molded frame, OS: 35" x 25", SS: 29 3/4" x 19". Cleaned and relined.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Rachel Hartley, 1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M
      Jul. 20, 2019

      Rachel Hartley, 1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M

      Est: $600 - $900

      Rachel Hartley, Am., 1884 - 1955, Southern Mother and Blonde Child, mixed media - gouache, graphite and watercolor, signed lower left. 12.5 x 8, framed 20 x 16" (NN5-1)()

      Litchfield Auctions
    • Rachel Hartley, Am.,1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M
      May. 11, 2019

      Rachel Hartley, Am.,1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Rachel Hartley, Am., 1884 - 1955, Southern Mother and Blonde Child, mixed media - gouache, graphite and watercolor, signed lower left. Dimensions: 12.5 x 8, framed 20 x 16" (NN5-1)()

      Litchfield Auctions
    • Rachel Hartley Impressionist Street Scene,
      Mar. 23, 2019

      Rachel Hartley Impressionist Street Scene,

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      figures along a busy street, on canvas, image area 30" x 21", well listed artist, 1884-1955, in original carved gold frame, granddaughter of George Inness.

      Richard D. Hatch & Associates
    • RACHEL V. HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)
      Dec. 08, 2018

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)

      Est: $400 - $600

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), mountain road, oil on canvas, signed lower left. Relined, minor inpaint. Canvas 16-1/2''h, 22''w. (Fine Art)

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • Rachel Hartley O/C Market Scene
      Jul. 14, 2018

      Rachel Hartley O/C Market Scene

      Est: $1,600 - $1,800

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) oil on canvas, open air or farmer's market scene, possibly New York's Lower East Side market, depicting vegetable vendors and their customers under an arched open air structure. Signed lower right "Rachel Hartley" and dated 1930. Period giltwood Newcomb Macklin style frame with incised side and corner decoration. 23 1/2" x 19" sight, 25 1/2" x 28 1/2" framed. Provenance: the estate of Luke Eldridge Wright, Memphis, Tennessee. Biography: Impressionist painter Rachel V. Hartley was the granddaughter of George Inness (1825-1894), and the daughter of sculptor Jonathan Hartley. She studied at the Art Students League of NY and in Paris. She later became a teacher of the League, and a member of the American Federation of the Arts and the National and Washington Arts clubs. Hartley also became a founder of the Clearwater Museum in Florida. Provenance: the estate of Luke Eldridge Wright, Memphis. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com.)

      Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
    • Rachel V. Hartley Landscape "OverLook" O/B
      May. 23, 2018

      Rachel V. Hartley Landscape "OverLook" O/B

      Est: $600 - $800

      Rachel V. Hartley. (1884-1955) American, Landscape "Over Look" Oil on Board. Unsigned. Stamped from the Estate of Rachel Hartley. Measures Approximately: Framed: "Over Look" 20" H" x24"W, framed; 11.5 "H x 15.5"W unframed. Board has not been seen out of frame. Condition: Good. Examine all photos closely. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. Third party shipping options: UPS Store 4875, 954.358.2800, [email protected]. BMC International Shipping, 954-972-5786, [email protected]. PakMail 954.522.4550, [email protected]. Raymies Trucking 954.980.3454. [email protected]

      Abington Auction Gallery
    • Rachel V. Hartley Landscape "Country Road" O/B
      May. 23, 2018

      Rachel V. Hartley Landscape "Country Road" O/B

      Est: $600 - $800

      Rachel V. Hartley. (1884-1955) American. Landscape "Country Road" Oil on Board. Unsigned. Stamped from the Estate of Rachel Hartley. Measures Approximately: "Country Road" 12"H x 15"W, unframed; 20"H x 22"W. Board has not been seen out of frame. Condition: Good. Examine all photos closely. Contact AAG for more detailed information if needed. AAG is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. Third party shipping options: UPS Store 4875, 954.358.2800, [email protected]. BMC International Shipping, 954-972-5786, [email protected]. PakMail 954.522.4550, [email protected]. Raymies Trucking 954.980.3454. [email protected]

      Abington Auction Gallery
    • Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Trinidad, Gouache on paper,
      May. 07, 2018

      Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Trinidad, Gouache on paper,

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Trinidad, Gouache on paper, Unsigned. Framed dimensions: h: 12 1/2 x w: 15 in. H: 8 1/8 W: 10 1/2 in.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Jumbo Tree (Lake Maracaibo), Oil on board,
      May. 07, 2018

      Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Jumbo Tree (Lake Maracaibo), Oil on board,

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Rachel V. Hartley (1885-1955) Jumbo Tree (Lake Maracaibo), Oil on board, Signed lower right. Titled on verso. Framed dimensions: h: 20 x w: 16 in. H: 13 3/4 W: 9 7/8 in. From the Artist's Estate.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • Rachel V. Hartley, 1884-1955, Sketch w Cabin, W/C
      Jan. 20, 2018

      Rachel V. Hartley, 1884-1955, Sketch w Cabin, W/C

      Est: $50 - $75

      Rachel V Hartley, American, 1884 - 1955, Sketch with Cabin (possibly with sandbags - a hurricane-related scene), watercolor and graphite, signed. (FTHA1000)[TC]

      Litchfield Auctions
    • RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)
      Jun. 24, 2017

      RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)

      Est: $300 - $500

      RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), ''Circus Elephants'', oil on board, unsigned, titled to verso. Unframed, wear and losses to edges, dirt and grime, few surface scratches. Board 21-3/4''h, 29-3/4''w. Provenance: Purchased from the estate of the artist in 1978. (Fine Art)

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • Rachel Hartley (1825-1894) O/C - Central Park
      Apr. 26, 2017

      Rachel Hartley (1825-1894) O/C - Central Park

      Est: $500 - $800

      Unframed oil painting on canvas of New York Central Park scene by Rachel V. Hartley. Unsigned and documented as part of the estate collection of Rachel V. Hartley paintings. Rachel Hartley (1884-1955) was born in New York City. She was the granddaughter of George Inness (1825-1894), and the daughter of sculptor Jonathan Scott Hartley. She began to paint and sketch at age 10. She studied at the Art Student's League of NY, and she later became a teacher of the League, and a member of the American Federation of the Arts. Some paint flaking, slight losses. 20" high, 16" wide.

      Schwenke Auctioneers
    • RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)
      Nov. 06, 2016

      RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Cityscape, oil on board, sgd. & w/dedication, l.m., 20 x 14 in. (sight), in a period e.20th c. gilt frame, Provenance: descent through the current owners family

      Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
    • (2pc) RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)
      Jun. 19, 2016

      (2pc) RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955)

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Cityscape, oil on board, sgd. l.m w/dedication,20 x 14 in. (sight), in a contemporary frame; plus a printed silhouette of the artist painting

      Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955)
      May. 08, 2016

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955), "Florida Sunset", c. 1935, oil on canvas, signed lower right, estate stamp on stretcher, 24 in. x 20 in., framed

      Neal Auction Company
    • RACHEL HARTLEY, American (1884-1955), Lower East Side Market, oil on board, signed lower right., 24 x 18 inches
      Apr. 28, 2016

      RACHEL HARTLEY, American (1884-1955), Lower East Side Market, oil on board, signed lower right., 24 x 18 inches

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      RACHEL HARTLEY American (1884-1955) Lower East Side Market oil on board, signed lower right. 24 x 18 inches Provenance: Private Collection, Long Island, New York. Exhibitions: "Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, Transformation in the Modern American Mode, 1885-1945", Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., New York, New York, March 29 to May 14, 1988, catalog number 85.

      Shannon's
    • Rachel Hartley, Am.,1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M
      Apr. 20, 2016

      Rachel Hartley, Am.,1884-1955, Mother & Child, M/M

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Rachel Hartley, Am., 1884 - 1955, Southern Mother and Blonde Child, mixed media - gouache, graphite and watercolor, signed lower left.(FTHA1008)(TC) Measurements: 12 1/2 x 8, framed 20 x 16 Condition: good Property Title: The Estate of Mildred Thaler Cohen, Marbella Gallery, New York

      Litchfield Auctions
    • Rachel V. Hartley (5pcs)
      Apr. 10, 2015

      Rachel V. Hartley (5pcs)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Rachel V. Hartley (New York, 1884-1955) five works: WAITING FOR CUSTOMER, MODERN & CHILD, MUSICAL MAN, SHIP AT SEA, and TWO COCONUT TREES oil on paper, framed, some signed and titled H6 1/2" W4 1/8" to H4 3/4" W6 1/2" (5pcs) Provenance: British private collection

      Charlton Hall
    • Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Sunrise on the Beach, Oil on canvas,
      Mar. 25, 2015

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Sunrise on the Beach, Oil on canvas,

      Est: $1,500 - $2,000

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Sunrise on the Beach, Oil on canvas, Signed and dated 1936. Dimensions: h: 40 x w: 30 in.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Floral Still Life, Oil on canvas,
      Mar. 25, 2015

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Floral Still Life, Oil on canvas,

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955) Floral Still Life, Oil on canvas, Signed lower left. Dimensions: h: 30 x w: 24 in.

      Gray's Auctioneers
    • Rachel V. Hartley
      Dec. 12, 2014

      Rachel V. Hartley

      Est: $400 - $600

      Rachel V. Hartley (New York/Florida, 1884-1955) FLOWER SELLER oil on canvas laid onto linen, framed, estate stamp lower center and verso H7 1/4" W5" Provenance: Beals Island, Maine private collection

      Charlton Hall
    • †Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955), "Pines by the Sea," early 20th c., oil on board, verso stamped "Estate of Rachel Hartley (1885- )," p..
      Sep. 20, 2014

      †Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955), "Pines by the Sea," early 20th c., oil on board, verso stamped "Estate of Rachel Hartley (1885- )," p..

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Rachel V. Hartley (1884-1955), "Pines by the Sea," early 20th c., oil on board, verso stamped "Estate of Rachel Hartley (1885- )," presented in an ornate gilt frame, H.- 13 1/2 in., W.- 10 1/4 in.

      Crescent City Auction Gallery
    • Rachel V. Hartley
      Jun. 13, 2014

      Rachel V. Hartley

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Rachel V. Hartley (New York/Florida, 1884-1955) FLOWER SELLER oil on canvas laid on to linen, framed, estate stamp lower center & verso H7 1/4" W5" Provenance: Beals Island, Maine private collection

      Charlton Hall
    • Rachel Hartley Oil on Artist Board.
      Nov. 02, 2013

      Rachel Hartley Oil on Artist Board.

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      American, (1884-1955). Titled, "Peacocks in a Florida Landscape". Signed in lower left. Rachel Hartley was the daughter of Jonathan Scott Hartley, and granddaughter of George Inness. She painted and taught in New York City and on the west coast of Florida. Size 23 - 1/2" x 17 - 1/2".

      Morphy Auctions
    • Rachel Hartley Oil on Artist Board.
      Nov. 01, 2013

      Rachel Hartley Oil on Artist Board.

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      American, (1884-1955). Titled, "Peacocks in a Florida Landscape". Signed in lower left. Rachel Hartley was the daughter of Jonathan Scott Hartley, and granddaughter of George Inness. She painted and taught in New York City and on the west coast of Florida. Size 23 - 1/2" x 17 - 1/2".

      Morphy Auctions
    • RACHEL V. HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955) UNDER THE PALMS/A TROPICAL BEACH SCENE
      Jan. 30, 2013

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955) UNDER THE PALMS/A TROPICAL BEACH SCENE

      Est: $1,200 - $1,800

      Oil on canvas board Housed in a contemporary gold carved frame Signed "Rachel Hartley", lower right SIZE: 19" x 15". Overall: 27" x 23". CONDITION: Good, minor retouch to rabbet edge. 9-28164

      James D. Julia
    • Rachel V. Hartley, American, 1884-1955, Landscape with Manor and Traveler, oil on paper mounted on board, 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 in., framed
      Jun. 03, 2012

      Rachel V. Hartley, American, 1884-1955, Landscape with Manor and Traveler, oil on paper mounted on board, 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 in., framed

      Est: $300 - $500

      Rachel V. Hartley American, 1884-1955 Landscape with Manor and Traveler oil on paper mounted on board signed "Rachel Hartley" ll 5 1/2 x 8 3/4 in., framed

      Alex Cooper
    • RACHEL V. HARTLEY, American, 1884-1955, "Central Park, 1936"., Watercolor on paper, 10" x 8". Matted.
      Nov. 18, 2011

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY, American, 1884-1955, "Central Park, 1936"., Watercolor on paper, 10" x 8". Matted.

      Est: $500 - $700

      RACHEL V. HARTLEY American, 1884-1955 "Central Park, 1936". Signed "Rachel V. Hartley", titled and dated on backing. Also marked "No. 7." Watercolor on paper, 10" x 8". Matted.

      Eldred's
    • AN OIL ON BOARD, YOUNG GIRL WITH FLOWERS, BY RACHEL V. HARTLEY
      May. 22, 2010

      AN OIL ON BOARD, YOUNG GIRL WITH FLOWERS, BY RACHEL V. HARTLEY

      Est: $600 - $800

      (American, 1884-1955). Signed l.r.c. Rachel Hartley, and being a childhood portrait of Rachel Hartley Lord, George Innes` granddaughter.

      Nye & Company
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in
      Jul. 12, 2009

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in

      Est: $600 - $800

      Minding the Children estate inkstamp (on the reverse) oil on canvas laid on board 18 x 12in

      Bonhams
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in
      May. 18, 2009

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Minding the Children estate inkstamp (on the reverse) oil on canvas laid on board 18 x 12in

      Bonhams
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in
      May. 17, 2009

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Minding the Children estate inkstamp (on the reverse) oil on canvas laid on board 18 x 12in

      Bonhams
    • Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in
      Mar. 01, 2009

      Rachel Hartley (American, 1884-1955) Minding the Children 18 x 12in

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Minding the Children estate inkstamp (on the reverse) oil on canvas laid on board 18 x 12in

      Bonhams
    • Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1955),
      May. 03, 2008

      Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1955),

      Est: $600 - $1,200

      Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1955), springtime at a mountain cabin, signed lower right "Rachel V. Hartley", estate stamp verso on a reverse painting of seagulls, oil on fiber board, 12 x 16 in.; modern painted wood and composition French style frame. Loss to lower left corner, break in board diagonally, board slightly warped. The Estate of the Late C. David Williams, Atlanta, Georgia

      Brunk Auctions
    • Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1959),
      May. 03, 2008

      Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1959),

      Est: $300 - $600

      Rachel V. Hartley painting (New York, 1884-1959), "Iris Blooming in the Marsh, Southampton", circa 1935, signed lower right "Rachel V. Hartley" and verso with estate stamp, oil on canvas board, 9-7/8 x 14 in.; modern carved and gilt wood Arts and Crafts style frame. Good condition. The Estate of the Late C. David Williams, Atlanta, Georgia

      Brunk Auctions
    • RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), circus
      Apr. 05, 2008

      RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), circus

      Est: -

      RACHEL HARTLEY (American, 1884-1955), circus elephant, oil on board, unsigned, titled to verso, 21-3/4"h, 29-3/4"w; unframed with some wear and losses to edges. Provenance: Purchased from the estate of the artist in 1978.

      South Bay Auctions Inc
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