Harry Seliger painted what he saw in the Hudson Valley, Urban New York, Nova Scotia, California, Hawaii, Jugoslavia. His styles changed, evolving according to his interests and passions, using various media — pastel, watercolors, oils, casseines, mixes of these media.
This is a sampling of more than 100 works that are available for viewing and possible purchase through Mike.
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Waterfall in Yugoslavia (on left)
Shadows play off these paintings by Harry Seliger as photographed by Mike Seliger
See, also poem by Mike Seliger on related theme – click here.
From 1950 until his death Dec. 26, 1994, my father created seasons greetings cards with the theme of red noses (one for each family member living in their home in Hickory Hill, a cooperative Community in Tappan, NY). Here are a few samples. To see more, contact me.
Sketches during World War II. Harry Seliger was in the First Army, trained at Camp Davis in Georgia, served in Europe including Battle of the Bulge. These sketches, among at least thirty, reflect the human basics of military life. Contact me to see more, or to inquire about pix that identify others in his regiment.