Artists

Charles Henry Harmon
American, 1859-1936

Charles studied under Louis Lussier.  He exhibited at the Mark Hopkins Institute., 1897-98; Berkeley; Stanford Art Gallery., 1923.
He is known for scenes of the remotest parts of the Sierra and the Monterey Peninsula.
While in Denver, he was commissioned by the railroads to paint scenes along the routes.

Indians in a Canoe
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Indian Encampment along Waters Edge
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