Colorful Orchids - Large Canvas 36x48 in. Oil on canvas Hall Groat Sr.

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Seller: classicoilpainting (1,941) 100%, Location: Endicott, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 390337293318 Colorful Orchids $1650 Oil on stretched canvas Canvas is mounted onto wooden stretcher frame, ready to hang 36 x48 in. This original painting is of a evocative garden of large orchids and other floral forms in full bloom. The piece is painted on canvas in tones of red, pink, blue, gray, green, violet, yellow and white. Shipping Cost USA FREE International$475 (as stretched on frame) $60 (rolled up in tube) Please e-mail artist to discuss international shipping rates. Terms of Sale The painting will be shipped once payment has cleared and will be carefully packaged. My recent museum catalog will be included! If you do not like the painting feel free to return within 30 days for a full refund.Hall Groat Sr. Biography, American ImpressionistLearn about the life and career of this important American Impressionist painter, living and working in Central New York.Hall Groat Sr, an American Impressionist painter is a native of Syracuse, New York, where he studied painting; worked towards his Master of Fines Arts degree and began his life long career as an artist. Groat has dedicated his entire full-time professional career, spanning over forty years, to pursuing his passion for art. The Berkshire Museum was the first of several museums worldwide to acquire a major Groat work. The Museum purchased the prize winner, Megalopolis, one of the largest of Groat’s railroad paintings. This is where the late Norman Rockwell first discovered him and invited the then twenty-nine year old to dinner in the Berkshires. The United Nations awarded Groat with the honor of having a series of paintings for their stamp reproduction. The series of ten paintings is in the permanent collections of United Nations Philatelic Museum in Geneva, Switzerland. In addition, Groat’s paintings are included in the collections of notables such as President Jimmy Carter, the late Jacob Javits, Henry Kissinger, Fred Perry, Sir Michael Tippett, Christopher Keane, and the late Arthur Fiedler. Ambassadors among countless others have also invested in his work.In recent years, Groat has turned his attention to the corporate world with emphasis on banks, churches, brokerage houses, and insurance companies. His work is included in numerous corporate collections throughout the world today. Clement Greenberg, one of the nation’s foremost art critics, once stated that “Hall Groat was an artist who could make it” and he was proven correct.American Impressionist: Hall Groat Sr.By Jim Hall, Art Critic, Rochester, New YorkAlways self-confident, Groat’s brushwork has become even bolder and more assertive. In many of the works presented, we find the paint is applied in broad strokes or highly apparent daubs and drips, heightening our sense of disparity between the creative energy of the artist and the refined sophistication of the image. The surface of these paintings is thicker, with the addition of sand and occasionally collage to the medium, so that lines are inscribed into the surface as often as painted upon it. The hallmark of Groat’s style remains his uncanny ability to organize compositions through color. But those who recall the soft, brooding landscapes of the past will find here a warmer, more vibrant palette, with more strident contrasts of both hue and value. So, too, has the ambient light of earlier landscapes become more focused and dramatic. In paintings like Monhegan Surf, the light which illuminates the landscape has become the subject of the painting. “Groat’s depiction often treads a fine line between realism and abstraction. Objects or entire scenes come into our presence with the force of belated recognition.”The Self-representing ArtistBy Hall Groat Sr.Forty years of dragging art to galleries from Cape Cod to Sarasota and struggling to make a living have come to an end. The way artists have had to work with galleries as middlemen was a big disaster.Most artists have had to put their art on consignment while the galleries keep hiking up their commissions. Freedom for artists has come by way of cyberspace and a new breed of self-representing artists are enjoying what is rightfully theirs–direct contact with their customers. We are now the deal makers and can reap the profits without working through an established gallery.No longer is there a need for a critic to nod approval to a young artist who dreads what a bad review can do to his career. The artist is in the driver’s seat now and galleries as we know them are dying on the vine. each year there are fewer of these antiquated establishments in business. Art lovers can now enjoy the luxury of attending an opening on-line and meet the artist through his podcast or personal on line store or any number of innovating ideas. EDUCATION:1959 Syracuse University, School of Art, BFA1962 Syracuse University Graduate School of Art, Studied with Josef Albers, Yale University ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:2003 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY2001 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY1997 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY1993 Two Generations of Painting, Olin Fine Arts Center, Washington & Jefferson, College,Washington, PA1992 John H. Mulroy Civic Center, Syracuse, NY1987 Left Bank Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1986 Kendall Art Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1985 Arlene Mc Daniels Gallery, Simsbury, CT1983 LeMoyne College Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY1975 SUNY Morrisville, Morrisville, NY1973 Wellfleet Art Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1971 Main Street Gallery, Wilkes Barre, PA1970 Sarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FL1969 Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA1968 Longboat Key Art Center, L.K., FL1967 Beau Arts Gallery, Sarasota, FL1966 Roberson Center, Binghamton, NY1962 Berskshire Museum, Pittsfield, MAPUBLIC COLLECTIONS:Syracuse UniversityUnited Nations Philatelic Museum, Palais des, Geneva, SwitzerlandBerkshire Museum of ArtPaine-Webber CorporationFirst National BankChemical BankNorstar BankKey BankDeliote HaskinsHartford National BankEmhart CorporationMerrill LynchBristol-Myers-SquibbSyracuse ChinaSecurity MutualMutual of New York InsuranceBond Shoeneck & King Law FirmPRIVATE COLLECTIONS:Jimmy Carter (former U.S. President)John KennedyHenry KissingerSenator Tarky LombardiEmilo PucciSenator LeverneFred Perry LECTURES / DEMONSTRATIONS:Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MACooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NYSherburne Art Society, Sherburne, NYEverson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NYOnieda Library, Onieda, NYTemple Adath Yeshurun, Syracuse, NYJewish Community Center, Syracuse, NYBaldwinsville Art Guild, Baldwinsville, NYThousand Islands Art Association, Clayton, NYElmira Art Association, Elmira, NYGeneva Art Association, Geneva, NYMasonic Temple/Philo Lodge, Syracuse, NYRotary Club of SyracuseSavannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GASyracuse SymphonyOnondaga Public LibraryMURALS:John H. Mulroy Onondaga County Civic CenterSaint James Church, Syracuse, NYRepublic of Korea (Naval)General Electric Co., Pittsfield, MA (Admirals Gate)Johnstown, NY, Public AuditoriumFay Drug Co., Syracuse, NYSUNY Morrisville LibraryTher Merrill Center, Merrill Trust Company, Bangor, MEBank of America (Formerly Norstar Bank and Syracuse Savings Bank, Syracuse, NY. Building included in National Register of Historic Landmarks)Skaneateles Savings Bank, Skaneateles, NYMiller Brewing Company, Fulton, NYBristol-Myers Squibb, Dewitt, NYSt. John The Evangelist Church, Syracuse, NYSt. Elizabeth Anne Seton Church, Clay, NYMONY Tower II, Syracuse, NYBlue Cross/Blue Shield, Syracuse, NYNorth Medical Center, Syracuse, NYEXHIBITIONS / AWARDS:United Nations, NYC, Philatelic Award, 1973Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OhioAvenue Art Gallery National Small Works Painting Exhibition, Endicott, NYEverson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NYRochester-Finger Lakes, Rochester, NYMunson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NYCooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NY, Frederick A. Godley AwardMemorial, Prize/CAA Purchase AwardSpringfield National, Springfield, MANew York State Fair, Syracuse, NYSarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FLPittsfield Art League, Pittsfield, MA, Best In ShowAssociated Artists of Syracuse, Best In Show & Gordon Steele Memorial AwardMedal, One-man Show AwardWilliams College, Williamsville, MACentral New York Art Open, First PrizeState of the Arts, Boston, MA JUROR:Sarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FL, Abstract & Non-Objective Show, 1973Chittenango Art League, Chittenango, NYCamillus Art Association, Camillus, NY, 1973, 1978WCNY-TV (Channel 24), TEL AUC Artists of NYCManlius, NY, Annual Art ExhibitionNational Exhibition, Ellsworth Gallery, Simsbury, CT, 1979Associated Artists of Syracuse, 1980Tioga Art Association, Owego, NYPUBLICATIONS:National Society of Mural PaintersWho’s Who In American ArtWho’s Who In The EastInternational Biographies, London, EnglandSarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FLSecretariat News, United NationsWorld Federation of United Nations Associations, ten, First Day of Issuecover painting, (Pablo Picasso 90th birthday commemorative design)WCNY Public Television, documentary film, Hall Groat, A Man and His ArtEDUCATION:1959 Syracuse University, School of Art, BFA1962 Syracuse University Graduate School of ArtStudied with Josef Albers, Yale University ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS:2003 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY2001 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY1997 Oxford Gallery, Rochester, NY1993 Two Generations of Painting, Olin Fine Arts Center, Washington & Jefferson, College, Washington, PA1992 John H. Mulroy Civic Center, Syracuse, NY1987 Left Bank Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1986 Kendall Art Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1985 Arlene Mc Daniels Gallery, Simsbury, CT1983 LeMoyne College Art Gallery, Syracuse, NY1975 SUNY Morrisville, Morrisville, NY1973 Wellfleet Art Gallery, Wellfleet, MA1971 Main Street Gallery, Wilkes Barre, PA1970 Sarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FL1969 Janet Fleisher Gallery, Philadelphia, PA1968 Longboat Key Art Center, L.K., FL1967 Beau Arts Gallery, Sarasota, FL1966 Roberson Center, Binghamton, NY1962 Berskshire Museum, Pittsfield, MAPUBLIC COLLECTIONS:Syracuse UniversityUnited Nations Philatelic Museum, Palais des, Geneva, SwitzerlandBerkshire Museum of ArtPaine-Webber CorporationFirst National BankChemical BankNorstar BankKey BankDeliote HaskinsHartford National BankEmhart CorporationMerrill LynchBristol-Myers-SquibbSyracuse ChinaSecurity MutualMutual of New York InsuranceBond Shoeneck & King Law FirmPRIVATE COLLECTIONS:Jimmy Carter (former U.S. President)John KennedyHenry KissingerSenator Tarky LombardiEmilo PucciSenator LeverneFred Perry LECTURES / DEMONSTRATIONS:Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MACooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NYSherburne Art Society, Sherburne, NYEverson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NYOnieda Library, Onieda, NYTemple Adath Yeshurun, Syracuse, NYJewish Community Center, Syracuse, NYBaldwinsville Art Guild, Baldwinsville, NYThousand Islands Art Association, Clayton, NYElmira Art Association, Elmira, NYGeneva Art Association, Geneva, NYMasonic Temple/Philo Lodge, Syracuse, NYRotary Club of SyracuseSavannah College of Art & Design, Savannah, GASyracuse SymphonyOnondaga Public LibraryMURALS:John H. Mulroy Onondaga County Civic CenterSaint James Church, Syracuse, NYRepublic of Korea (Naval)General Electric Co., Pittsfield, MA (Admirals Gate)Johnstown, NY, Public AuditoriumFay Drug Co., Syracuse, NYSUNY Morrisville LibraryTher Merrill Center, Merrill Trust Company, Bangor, MEBank of America (Formerly Norstar Bank and Syracuse Savings Bank, Syracuse, NYSkaneateles Savings Bank, Skaneateles, NYMiller Brewing Company, Fulton, NYBristol-Myers Squibb, Dewitt, NYSt. John The Evangelist Church, Syracuse, NYSt. Elizabeth Anne Seton Church, Clay, NYMONY Tower II, Syracuse, NYBlue Cross/Blue Shield, Syracuse, NYNorth Medical Center, Syracuse, NYEXHIBITIONS / AWARDS:United Nations, NYC, Philatelic Award, 1973Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OhioAvenue Art Gallery National Small Works Painting Exhibition, Endicott, NYEverson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NYRochester-Finger Lakes, Rochester, NYMunson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica, NYCooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NY, Frederick A. Godley AwardMemorial, Prize/CAA Purchase AwardSpringfield National, Springfield, MANew York State Fair, Syracuse, NYSarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FLPittsfield Art League, Pittsfield, MA, Best In ShowAssociated Artists of Syracuse, Best In Show & Gordon Steele Memorial AwardMedal, One-man Show AwardWilliams College, Williamsville, MACentral New York Art Open, First PrizeState of the Arts, Boston, MA JUROR:Sarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FL, Abstract & Non-Objective Show, 1973Chittenango Art League, Chittenango, NYCamillus Art Association, Camillus, NY, 1973, 1978WCNY-TV (Channel 24), TEL AUC Artists of NYCManlius, NY, Annual Art ExhibitionNational Exhibition, Ellsworth Gallery, Simsbury, CT, 1979Associated Artists of Syracuse, 1980Tioga Art Association, Owego, NYPUBLICATIONS:National Society of Mural PaintersWho’s Who In American ArtWho’s Who In The EastInternational Biographies, London, EnglandSarasota Art Association, Sarasota, FLSecretariat News, United NationsWorld Federation of United Nations Associations, ten, First Day of Issuecover painting, (Pablo Picasso 90th birthday commemorative design)WCNY Public Television, documentary film, Hall Groat, A Man and His Art Size: Large (up to 60in.), Signed?: Signed, Original/ Reproduction: Original, Region of Origin: US, Size Type/ Largest Dimension: Large (Greater than 30''), Artist: Hall Groat Sr., Style: Impressionism, Listed By: Dealer or Reseller, Painting Surface: Canvas, Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work, Medium: Oil, Date of Creation: 2000-Now, Features: Signed, Width (Inches): 48, Color: Multi-Color, Subject: Architecture & Cityscape, Originality: Original, Height (Inches): 36

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