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"Land That I Love" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargrove
"Land That I Love" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargroveby H. Hargrove Studio
$1,739
Farm life is busy from dawn to dusk. It is easy to simply "run" through the days without actually noticing things. A walk through the garden in the morning, enjoying the song of the birds, the sun's rays peaking through, the coolness before the warmth of the day and the joy of watching the small changes in the garden, the birds, and even a deer or two walking across the grass in the early dawn. It is heaven. One of America's most popular living artists, H. Hargrove was born Nicolo Sturiano in Marsala, Italy, in 1941. The gift of a box of colored pencils on his tenth birthday sparked his interest in art, but the pressures of economic practicality led him to pursue a degree in wine chemistry. In 1964, the young Italian immigrated to America and soon accepted a position with a winery in upstate New York. Art, however, has been never far from Nicolo's personal agenda, and weekends would find him painting pictures of the weathered barns and covered bridges that dotted the landscapes of his newfound home. Before long, the winery's management became aware of his talent and decided to display his art in the public tasting room. And when visitors showed more interest in his paintings than the wine, Nicolo knew that it was time to turn his passion into his profession. Having begun his career by painting Americana, Hargrove has expanded his repertoire to include delicately-detailed still lifes, spectacular European landscapes, and privately-commissioned portraits. His work is collected across America and in Europe, and his collector base is constantly expanding. Renowned as a compelling visual storyteller, a veritable poet with a paintbrush, H. Hargrove epitomizes the quintessential story of the immigrant who achieves success by following - and ultimately living - his American dream.Read More
"The Lemon Tree" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargrove
"The Lemon Tree" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargroveby H. Hargrove Studio
$1,088
From the beautiful Mediterranean to sunny California nothing is fresher than a glorious lemon. One of America's most popular living artists, H. Hargrove was born Nicolo Sturiano in Marsala, Italy, in 1941. The gift of a box of colored pencils on his tenth birthday sparked his interest in art, but the pressures of economic practicality led him to pursue a degree in wine chemistry. In 1964, the young Italian immigrated to America and soon accepted a position with a winery in upstate New York. Art, however, has been never far from Nicolo's personal agenda, and weekends would find him painting pictures of the weathered barns and covered bridges that dotted the landscapes of his newfound home. Before long, the winery's management became aware of his talent and decided to display his art in the public tasting room. And when visitors showed more interest in his paintings than the wine, Nicolo knew that it was time to turn his passion into his profession. Having begun his career by painting Americana, Hargrove has expanded his repertoire to include delicately-detailed still lifes, spectacular European landscapes, and privately-commissioned portraits. His work is collected across America and in Europe, and his collector base is constantly expanding. Renowned as a compelling visual storyteller, a veritable poet with a paintbrush, H. Hargrove epitomizes the quintessential story of the immigrant who achieves success by following - and ultimately living - his American dream.Read More
"Farm Fresh" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargrove
"Farm Fresh" Oil on Canvas by H. Hargroveby H. Hargrove Studio
$1,088
H. Hargrove has created a glorious still life featuring a century old farm table topped with farm fresh, locally grown vegetables, a hand woven basket filled with delicious fruit and the tried and true cookbook filled with favorite recipes that has been used year after year. One of America's most popular living artists, H. Hargrove was born Nicolo Sturiano in Marsala, Italy, in 1941. The gift of a box of colored pencils on his tenth birthday sparked his interest in art, but the pressures of economic practicality led him to pursue a degree in wine chemistry. In 1964, the young Italian immigrated to America and soon accepted a position with a winery in upstate New York. Art, however, has been never far from Nicolo's personal agenda, and weekends would find him painting pictures of the weathered barns and covered bridges that dotted the landscapes of his newfound home. Before long, the winery's management became aware of his talent and decided to display his art in the public tasting room. And when visitors showed more interest in his paintings than the wine, Nicolo knew that it was time to turn his passion into his profession. Having begun his career by painting Americana, Hargrove has expanded his repertoire to include delicately-detailed still lifes, spectacular European landscapes, and privately-commissioned portraits. His work is collected across America and in Europe, and his collector base is constantly expanding. Renowned as a compelling visual storyteller, a veritable poet with a paintbrush, H. Hargrove epitomizes the quintessential story of the immigrant who achieves success by following - and ultimately living - his American dream.Read More