Train Station in Snow

by Hayley Lever (1876–1958)
Oil on board
17⅞ x 24¼ inches
Signed lower left: Hayley Lever


Plaza Art Galleries, Inc., New York, New York

Angela Gross Folk, ca. 1980s

Estate of above

Sale, Sotheby’s, New York, New York, July 20, 2023, lot 494, from above

Private collection, New York, New York, acquired from above

Related Work

Riverside Drive and 72nd Street, 1913, oil on canvas; The National Arts Club, New York, New York

Artist Biography

A skilled painter of Post-Impressionist marine and seaport scenes.

By Chelsea DeLay

Art is the re-creation of mood in line, form and color.
—Hayley Lever

I. Biography
II. Chronology
III. Collections
IV. Exhibitions
V. Memberships
VI. Suggested Resources
VII. Notes

I. Biography

Richard Hayley Lever was born on September 28, 1876 in the South Australian town of Adelaide. During his youth, Lever attended Prince Alfred College, where his rudimentary artistic talent caught the eye of art instructor James Ashton. A painter himself, Ashton became a faculty mentor to Lever, instilling in him an appreciation for draftsmanship and drawing.[2] After his graduation in 1891, Lever made up his mind to

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