• Greens Farms Station, (Westport), 1948

    Hardie Gramatky

    12.75 x 18 inches

  • This artwork is available as a giclée art print on Arches watercolor paper. A high-definition, museum quality print that won't fade for up to 115 years.

  • Original Size - 12.75 x 18 inches
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Biography: Hardie Gramatky, N.A. (1907-1979) Born: Dallas, TX; Studied: Stanford University, Chouinard Art Institute (Los Angeles); Member: National Academy of Design, New York Water Color Club, American Watercolor Society, California Water Color Society. Hardie Gramatky was raised in Southern California. He studied art with F. Tolles Chamberlin, Clarence Hinkle, Pruett Carter...... read more


A California art print on Arches watercolor paper. 100% archival, and printed in HD.

Literature: As seen in California Watercolor Art from the Early 20th Century Through Today.

"Ruth Adams, a longtime Westporter, sold her antique family home to Martha Stewart in the 80s and Martha restored The Adams Homestead to perfection. She had bought this painting of a train station in Westport, in a section called Green's Farms, directly from my father. The station looks very similar to Dad's painting of 60 years ago and I love the black cat walking across the lot. When Miss Adams died about seven years ago, her niece (Robin Youngdahl) lovingly gave the watercolor back to us so that we and others could continue to enjoy it."
Courtesy of daughter-Linda Gramatky Smith