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Harold Vincent Skene Art

American, 1883-1978
A native of Massachusetts, Harold Vincent Skene graduated from Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. After relocating to Colorado, he studied at the Denver Art Academy, the Broadmoor Art Academy and served as an assistant to Allen Tupper True.
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Artist: Harold Vincent Skene
Dealer: David Cook Galleries
Monuments: Sunrise, 1950s Southwestern Desert Landscape Oil Painting, 24 x 30 in
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
'Monuments: Sunrise', original vintage 1950s oil painting of a southwestern desert landscape in early morning with rock formations, trees and brush with brilliant sky with clouds by ...
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1950s American Realist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Board, Oil

Mountain Sunset, Colorado, Vintage 1950s Autumn Landscape Painting with River
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Oil on board painted in 1958 by Harold Vincent Skene (1883-1978) titled 'Mountain Sunset'. Colorado mountain autumn landscape featuring changing leaves...
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Mid-20th Century American Modern Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Board, Oil

Homesteaders, 1960s Framed Colorado Mountain Landscape Oil Painting
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
"Homesteaders" is an original oil on board painting by artist Harold Vincent Skene (1883-1978) painted in 1960. The painting depicts two figures plowing a field with a pair of oxen, ...
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1960s American Modern Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Oil, Board

Ghost Town, Prospector & Mule, Abandoned Buildings, Mining Town with Mountains
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
'Ghost Town' is a vintage painting with a lone Prospector with his pack mule standing in the ruins of an abandoned mining town, probably set in Colorado, set within a Mountain landscape with late summer, early autumn foliage by Harold Skene (1883-1978). Signed by the artist in the lower right corner, titled and dated by the artist verso. Colors include blue, green, golden yellow, pink, red, brown and white. Oil on board. Presented in a gold tone frame with antique finish, outer dimensions measure 29 x 35 x ⅞ inches. Image size is 24 ¼ x 30 inches. Expedited and International shipping is available - please contact us for a quote. A native of Massachusetts, Harold Vincent Skene graduated from Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. After relocating to Colorado, he studied at the Denver Art Academy, the Broadmoor Art Academy and served as an assistant to artist, Allen Tupper True.
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1960s American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Oil

Desert Gold, 1950s Framed Southwestern Landscape with Saguaro Cactus & Mountains
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage Southwestern Landscape Oil Painting with Mountains/Mesas, Saguaro Cactus and Trees in fall foliage and Brush in Autumn Colo...
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1950s American Realist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Board, Oil

Antelope, Colorado Mountain Landscape Oil Painting, Animals Grazing, Green Blue
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Original oil painting of Antelope in a spring/summer mountain and valley landscape by Harold Skene (1883-1978). Traditional landscape painted in colors of green, blue, and brown. Signed by the artist in the lower left corner and titled verso. Presented in a silver tone frame, outer dimensions measure 29 ¾ x 35 ¾ x 1 ½ inches. Image size is 24 ¼ x 30 inches. Painting is clean and in very good vintage condition - please contact us for a detailed condition report. Expedited and international shipping is available - please contact us for a quote. About the Artist: Harold Vincent Skene was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts on June 19, 1883. He attended schools in eastern Massachusetts and graduated Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. Skene attended Denver Art Academy where he studied with Robert Alexander Graham. He also studied at the Broadmoor Art Academy, Colorado Springs where he worked as an assistant to Allen Tupper True...
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Mid-20th Century American Realist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Oil

Apple Trees, Colorado Mountain Landscape, Spring on the Western Slope, 24 x 30
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Apple Tree, vintage Signed oil painting of apple trees in blossom, springtime on the Western Slope, Colorado mountain landscape painting by Harold Skene (1883-1978). Dominant colors are green, blue and white with yellow and red/brown. Custom frame in a dark brown is included, outer dimensions (with frame) measure 29 ¾ x 36 x 1 ½ inches. Image size is 24 x 30 inches. Painting is clean and in very good vintage condition - please contact us for a complete condition report. Expedited and international shipping is available - please contact us for a quote. About the Artist: Harold Vincent Skene was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts on June 19, 1883. He attended schools in eastern Massachusetts and graduated Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. Skene attended Denver Art Academy where he studied with Robert Alexander Graham. He also studied at the Broadmoor Art Academy, Colorado Springs where he worked as an assistant to Allen Tupper True...
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Mid-20th Century American Realist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Oil

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Vintage Colorado mountain landscape painting of Camp Bird Mine in Ouray, Colorado (near Telluride). Early autumn coloring with green, golden yellow, orange, blue, purple and white. Oil on board, signed lower right. Presented in a custom gold frame, outer dimensions measure 29 ⅜ x 35 ⅜ x ⅞ inches. Image size is 24 ¼ x 30 inches. A native of Massachusetts, Harold Vincent Skene graduated from Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. After relocating to Colorado, he studied at the Denver Art Academy, the Broadmoor Art Academy and served as an assistant to Allen Tupper True.
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Blanca (Colorado Mountain Landscape Painting - Snow, Creek and Autumn Coloring)
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage mountain landscape painting of Blanca Peak covered in snow with a creek and trees with autumn/fall coloring by Harold Skene (1883-19...
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1950s American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Colorado Winter (Snowy Mountain Landscape with a Creek and Ranch House & Barn)
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
Vintage signed oil painting, "Colorado Winter" by Harold Skene (1883-1978) of an early snow at a mountain ranch with a creek and autumn lea...
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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By Harold Vincent Skene
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Mid-20th Century Post-Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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Glowing Mesa (Horses at Sunset, Colorado Landscape)
By Harold Vincent Skene
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Glowing Mesa, original signed vintage Colorado landscape oil painting of horses grazing in a pasture at sunset/sunrise with buttes (mesas) in the back...
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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La Jolla (California)
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
An original maritime/marine painting of the coastline of La Jolla, California by Harold Vincent Skene. Presented in a custom frame, outer dimensions measure 29 ¼ x 35 x 1 ¼ inches. Image size is 24 x 30 inches. A native of Massachusetts, Harold Vincent Skene graduated from Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. After relocating to Colorado, he studied at the Denver Art Academy, the Broadmoor Art Academy and served as an assistant to Allen Tupper True.
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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The Return (Horse and Rider in a Western Mountain Landscape, Autumn)
By Harold Vincent Skene
Located in Denver, CO
An original oil painting by Colorado artist, Harold Skene (1883-1978), with a cowboy on horseback set in a traditional western mountain landscape. Framed dimensions measure 29 ¼ x 35 x 1 ¼ inches. Image size is 24 ¼ x 30 inches. A native of Massachusetts, Harold Vincent Skene graduated from Harvard University School of Architecture in 1906. After relocating to Colorado, he studied at the Denver Art Academy, the Broadmoor Art Academy and served as an assistant to Allen Tupper True.
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Mid-20th Century American Impressionist Harold Vincent Skene Art

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