188| Harlan Hubbard (American, 1900-1988)

Harlan’s Bell

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Oil on board, 13" x 20"

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$1000. - $2000.

Eschewing the life of modern society, Harlan Hubbard and his wife, Anna, made their home in Payne Hollow in Trimble County, Kentucky, on the Ohio River. On the Indiana side of the river at Lee?s Landing, Hubbard had a bell that guests could ring, and he would row across the river and bring them to Payne Hollow. The bell is pictured on the far side of the river in this work. In the original wood frame made by Hubbard.


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