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Marsden Hartley
Spirituality comes first, cult status second

Marsden Hartley, The Artists
Portrait of Marsden Hartley

Marsden Hartley was a U.S. LGBTQ Artist born on January 4, 1877. Hartley contributed to the Early Modernist, Expressionist and Cubist movements, worked in Germany and France and died on September 2, 1943.

The Dark Mountain, No. 1, Marsden Hartley

The Dark Mountain, No. 1 1909

The Dark Mountain, No. 2, Marsden Hartley

The Dark Mountain, No. 2 1909

Berlin Series No. 1, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 1 1913

Berlin Series No. 3, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 3 1913

In this city of the generous, all are chivalrous

From a Paris Window–High 1913

Berlin Series No. 48, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 48 1913

Portrait Arrangement No. 2, Marsden Hartley

Portrait Arrangement No. 2 1912 – 1913

Portrait of a German Officer, Marsden Hartley

Portrait of a German Officer 1914

Lighthouse, Marsden Hartley

Lighthouse 1915

Berlin Series No. 47, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 47 1914 – 1915

Berlin Series No. 50, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 50 1914 – 1915

Berlin Series No. 49, Marsden Hartley

Berlin Series No. 49 1914 – 1915

Movement, Sails, Marsden Hartley

Movement, Sails 1916

The Virgin of Guadalupe, Marsden Hartley

The Virgin of Guadalupe 1918 – 1919

New Mexico Landscape, Marsden Hartley

New Mexico Landscape 1923

Ivy and Fruits, Marsden Hartley

Ivy and Fruits 1926

Roses for Seagulls that Lost Their Way, Marsden Hartley

Roses for Seagulls that Lost Their Way 1935 – 1936

Ghosts of the Forest, Marsden Hartley

Ghosts of the Forest 1938

The Last Look of John Donne, Marsden Hartley

The Last Look of John Donne 1940

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