The Quarry, New Harbor Maineby George J. Stengel (1872–1937)
25 ¼ x 30 1/8 inches
Signed lower left: G. J. Stengel
Mrs. Grace Varian Stengel, wife of the artist
The Hudson River Museum, by bequest from the above
Private collection, New Jersey
Annual Exhibition of Allied Artists of America, New York, 1932
Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York, “Memorial Exhibition Paintings by George J.Stengel,” October 10–November 1, 1942
Thomas C. Folk, New Hope Impressions: George J. Stengel 1866–1937 (Lenox, Mass.: Hard Press Editions, 2008), p. 68–69.
Thomas C. Folk, “New Hope Impressions: George J. Stengel,” American Art Review 20, no. 1 (January–February 2008): 154.
American Impressionist of the New Hope School
By Amy Spencer
After working as a designer for a carpet mill, George J. Stengel brought a beautifully balanced sense for color and composition to his impressionistic paintings of semi-rural America.
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George J. Stengel was an American impressionist landscape painter who was a founding member of the Yonkers School of Design and Yonkers Art Association. He is best known today for his impressionist scenes