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Oil Painting, Texas, c.1930.

Original oil on artist’s board, The Alamo, signed lower right P.L. Hohnstedt. A scene typical of the work of this artist. Hohnstedt was born in Urbana, Ohio in 1872, and lived in Cincinnati, Memphis, New Orleans, and Seattle before settling in the San Antonio, Texas area in 1929. He contributed a great deal to the Texas art scene during his lifetime. In 1933 and 1936 he had one-man shows featuring his Texas landscapes at the Witte Memorial Museum in San Antonio. In 1935 his painting of the Alamo was used on invitations to San Antonio's Fiesta celebration. In 1939, eleven of his paintings were purchased to enhance the "Basketmaker Indian Hall" in the Witte Memorial Museum. He died at his home in Comfort, Texas at 85 in 1957.

10.25” wide x 14.25” image size.
14.5” x 18” frame size.

$1800.00

Oil Painting, Texas, c.1930.

Original oil on artist’s board, The Alamo, signed lower right P.L. Hohnstedt. A scene typical of the work of this artist. Hohnstedt was born in Urbana, Ohio in 1872, and lived in Cincinnati, Memphis, New Orleans, and Seattle before settling in the San Antonio, Texas area in 1929. He contributed a great deal to the Texas art scene during his lifetime. In 1933 and 1936 he had one-man shows featuring his Texas landscapes at the Witte Memorial Museum in San Antonio. In 1935 his painting of the Alamo was used on invitations to San Antonio's Fiesta celebration. In 1939, eleven of his paintings were purchased to enhance the "Basketmaker Indian Hall" in the Witte Memorial Museum. He died at his home in Comfort, Texas at 85 in 1957.

10.25” wide x 14.25” image size.
14.5” x 18” frame size.

$1800.00

Oil Painting, Texas, c.1930.

Original oil on artist’s board, The Alamo, signed lower right P.L. Hohnstedt. A scene typical of the work of this artist. Hohnstedt was born in Urbana, Ohio in 1872, and lived in Cincinnati, Memphis, New Orleans, and Seattle before settling in the San Antonio, Texas area in 1929. He contributed a great deal to the Texas art scene during his lifetime. In 1933 and 1936 he had one-man shows featuring his Texas landscapes at the Witte Memorial Museum in San Antonio. In 1935 his painting of the Alamo was used on invitations to San Antonio's Fiesta celebration. In 1939, eleven of his paintings were purchased to enhance the "Basketmaker Indian Hall" in the Witte Memorial Museum. He died at his home in Comfort, Texas at 85 in 1957.

10.25” wide x 14.25” image size.
14.5” x 18” frame size.

$1800.00