Brother John’s H. Lewis Art

My brother John has attempted to reduce the confusion of who H. Lewis was on an antiques and art website forum, and gave me the website information a few years ago to help defend our great-grandfather’s art. Seeing this forum helped to spur me into motion to also defend the art by spreading correct information.

My mother gave  John two chalks done by our great-grandfather, Hubert Lewis. The frames on these pieces are exquisite.

Landscape with House and Boat in background

Landscape with House and Boat in background

Water Landscape

Water Landscape

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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2 Responses to Brother John’s H. Lewis Art

  1. Kim says:

    Thank you for the kind words Debra. I’m so glad it was helpful.
    All the best,

  2. Debra Flanagan says:

    Kim, hi! I googled H. Lewis to discover who this amazing artist is/was, and happened upon your site first thing! I am blessed to have one of his beautiful works of art, and thank you for your consideration in putting together this website. It seems as if I know him now; such a great legacy he left!

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