Art from Darla and Paul

I found Paul and Darla (my second cousin, great-granddaughter of Hubert Lewis) through an antiques and art website forum. I contacted Paul through the email he left on the site. They have been a wonderful source of information to me, sending me photos of art, information about the family that I didn’t have, as well as giving me leads to new information.

They, along with Darla’s mother Jean, have a fantastic collection of H. Lewis’s work.

Self portrait

Self portrait Hubert Lewis

Floral with green vase

Floral with green vase

Fox Hunt

Fox Hunt

John D Lewis Hubert's son, Darla's grandfather

John D Lewis Hubert’s son, Darla’s grandfather

Day's Catch pastel

Day’s Catch pastel

 

Jean Wolcott Lewis (Darla's mother)

Jean Wolcott Lewis (Darla’s mother) (May 20, 1919 – December 10, 2014)

 

 

 

Beech Tree Lane

Beech Tree Lane

Blue Boy signed HR Lewis

Blue Boy signed HR Lewis

Cottage

Cottage

Cottage 2

Cottage 2

Country Road

Country Road

Country Stream

Country Stream

Evening pastel

Evening pastel

Forest pastel

Forest pastel

Sunny Path pastel

Sunny Path pastel

Sailing Ship

Sailing Ship

Single Flower in Pot

Single Flower in Pot

Winterscape

Winterscape

Woods with Sun Break signed H. R. Lewis

Woods with Sun Break signed H. R. Lewis

Farm with boat

Farm with boat

About Kim

A few pieces of my great grandfather's work were always in display at our home growing up. In fact, every relative it seemed had his art hanging. One day I wanted to find out more about him, and it seemed there was no compilation of information in any one place, and there was some confusion about who H Lewis was. So I started digging and it led me to be the one to compile information from several different places, with a lot of the information coming from relatives who had stories handed down to them. I also searched records and collected art. Please fill free to contact me regarding information about Hubert Lewis.
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