Hall Groat Sr.
An American Impressionist
painter is a native of Syracuse, New York, where he studied painting; worked
towards his Master of Fines Arts degree and began his life long career as an
artist. Groat has dedicated his entire full-time professional career, spanning
over forty years, to pursuing his passion for art. The Berkshire Museum was the
first of several museums worldwide to acquire a major Groat work. The Museum
purchased the prize winner, Megalopolis, one of the largest of Groat's railroad
paintings. This is where the late Norman Rockwell first discovered him and
invited the then twenty-nine year old to dinner in the Berkshires.
Title- The Bismarck
Medium- Oil On Board
Signed- Upper Left
Size- 16"x 20"