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Harvey Harris

Harvey S. Harris, a talented artist and teacher, was a professor of art at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge for more than twenty years. At the Kansas City Art Institute in 1940, he received a foundation in representational art after studying under the famed American Scene painter, Thomas Hart Benton. In the early 1950s at Yale University, he earned his master’s degree in fine arts, particularly admiring the work of abstract expressionist painters Joseph Albers and William de Kooning. Harris’s own style clearly reflects these influences.
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Artist Biography    

Drawing (4-works)
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Harvey  Harris Hilary_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Hilary
16 x 30.75 in
SOLD
 
Harvey  Harris Hilary
Hilary
7 x 8 in
SOLD
 
Harvey  Harris Hilary
Hilary
6 x 6 in
SOLD
 
Harvey  Harris Portrait of a Girl
Portrait of a Girl
16 x 30.75 in
SOLD
 
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Painting (6-works)
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Harvey  Harris Paul Bunyon_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Paul Bunyon
10 x 12 in
 
Harvey  Harris Babe the Blue Ox_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Babe the Blue Ox
10 x 12 in
 
Harvey  Harris Buzzards from Paul Bunyon_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Buzzards from Paul Bunyon
10 x 12 in
 
Harvey  Harris Legend of Sleepy Hollow Illustration_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Legend of Sleepy Hollow Illustration
8.5 x 11 in
 
Harvey  Harris Legend of Sleepy Hollow Illustration (B_W)_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Legend of Sleepy Hollow Illustration (B&W)
8.5 x 11 in
 
Harvey  Harris Policeman_ Harvey Harris_ print_ gouache
Policeman
6.5 x 8.5 in
 
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Harvey  Harris

Harvey Harris

Harvey Harris Biography

Harvey S. Harris, a talented artist and teacher, was a professor of art at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge for more than twenty years. At the Kansas City Art Institute in 1940, he received a foundation in representational art after studying under the famed American Scene painter, Thomas Hart Benton. In the early 1950s at Yale University, he earned his master’s degree in fine arts, particularly admiring the work of abstract expressionist painters Joseph Albers and William de Kooning. Harris’s own style clearly reflects these influences.

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, Harris received his early art training at the Hartford Art School. He freelanced for numerous advertising agencies before finally settling on teaching. Harris enjoyed national and regional acclaim from his work. In 1945, he won a competition to illustrate Thomas Wolfe’s limited edition of Look Homeward Angel, and in 1956 the Rockefeller Foundation commissioned him to design the set and costumes for the Louisville Philharmonic Symphony. He exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the J. B. Speed Museum in Louisville, and the Smithsonian Traveling Service.

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