The pieces shown here by Harlan Hubbard are for sale. With the exception of the woodcuts, each is a one-of-a-kind original work. The woodcuts were printed by the artist's hand. You can click on any of the images to see them larger.
These works by Harlan Hubbard were part of his estate and are unsigned. To
provide provenance each piece will receive an estate stamp and be recorded
in a ledger. The pencil and oil sketches often have never been exhibited.
Some of the woodblock prints have been exhibited or used as illustrations
in his books. Many of the woodcuts were done as Christmas cards. Harlan
did not number his prints. They are however limited editions but I do
not know how many are in existance.
Several of the watercolors were exhibited at
the art museum library at
University of Kentucky in December 1996. Similar watercolors are included
Wendell Berry's book, Harlan Hubbard: Life and Art
and one of Harlan's watercolors was used on the cover of the program for
the Kentucky Governor's Awards in the Arts, 1986. The original work was
presented to Milner award winner, Barry Bingham, Sr., by Governor Martha
Layne Collins. The Milner award is Kentucky's highest honor in the arts.
At that same ceremony on December 11, 1986, Harlan Hubbard received an
Artist Award for Lifetime Achievement.
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