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Art Lovers' Niche - May 12, 2020

In their own words

There are many personal reasons people collect fine art. It can be as simple as enjoying the beauty of a unique painting, as it becomes the focal point within your special room. Often the painting speaks to you on a deep personal level, that only you can describe. One of our customers and a good friend, Bennet L., recently put it this way: "The joy one derives from owning art, especially when the art reflects or represents something in their life is a joy forevever.... Every painting that I own has its own unique story and memory. Some go back to childhood, some are in its acquisition, some are centered on location, but all either individually or collectively are a treasure and a memory."

Daniel Charles Grose (American 1838 – 1900)
James L Adams (British 1847-1901)
 
Earl Lincoln Poole (American 1891 – 1972) 
Frederick Stone Batcheller (American 1837-1889)

American Values

"The credit belongs to those who are actually in the arena, who strive valiantly; who know the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, and spend themselves in a worthy cause; who at best know the triumph of high achievement; and who, at worst, if they fail, fail while daring greatly, so that their place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat."
– Theodore Roosevelt

William Samuel Horton (American 1865 – 1936)
George Washington chromolithograph, American 19th century
C. Myron Clark (American 1858 – 1925)
 
Clarence Drew Bartlett (American, born 1863)
Gayle B. Tate (American 1944 - )
Albert Francis King (American 1854 – 1945)

Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait (British-American, 1819 – 1905)

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