This still life, signed H. Lewis was purchased from ebay from a seller in Lambertville, NJ.
This landscape pastel, signed H. Lewis, was also purchased through ebay and came from the seller’s grandmother’s home in Westminster, South Carolina. It is done in a style like that done in the Hudson River School style.
This river landscape pastel is also considered a Hudson River School style. It too was purchased on ebay from Derry, New Hampshire.
H Lewis painted replicas of famous paintings. He was awarded an Honorable Mention for a Pinkie at a 1905 New York fair. This painting was found at Runkdouglas.com, a website for Antiques and fine art in Southport, CT. Hubert painted more than one of these, and also painted the Blue Boy more than once. A Blue Boy painting hangs in at least one of my cousin’s homes.
The camp sites appear to be one of Hubert ‘s favorite subjects. This one seems to be at dusk, whereas many are done more brightly. This was purchased from a gentleman who lives in Pittsburgh and said this pastel was in his family for many years.
Originally listed as a Henry Lewis, I informed seller that signature (H. Lewis) was from Hubert Lewis.
Beautiful purples, pinks and yellows, this photograph does not do this floral oil painting justice.
1948 painting signed HR Lewis of a girl playing the piano that hung in my child hood home, and now hangs in my parlor.