54325 Main Road

PO Box 1

Southold, NY 11971

 

Telephone:
631.765.5500

Fax:

631-765-8510

Email:

info@southoldhistorical.org

 

Prince Building:

54325 Main Rd., Southold NY 11971

Museum Complex:

55200 Main Rd., Southold NY 11971

Nautical Museum at Horton Point Lighthouse:
3575 Lighthouse Rd., Southold NY 11971

Prince Building Hours:

Society Office: Monday—Friday 10am-2pm
Gift Shop: Monday—Friday 10am-2pm

Archives: By Appointment

 

Treasure Exchange: 

April through Mid-December    

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January through March             

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This new sixty page catalog includes a detailed biography of the artist as well as nearly thirty color and black-and-white reproductions of his works. It is a must for the serious collector of American Art and those interested in Jewish American history. 

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Herman N. Hyneman: A Jewish Artist Rediscovered

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  • If you were to ask most knowledgeable art curators and dealers to name a predominately 19th century Jewish American artist, your question would most likely be met with silence. However, the name of Herman N. Hyneman (1849-1907), a prominent Jewish painter who worked in Paris, Philadelphia, and New York during that era, should be included. Noted for his beautiful depictions of women, Hyneman was among the more successful artists working on the East Coast during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Hyneman was well respected and exhibited regularly in America at the National Academy, the Salmagundi Club, the Philadelphia Society of Artists, the American Art Association, the American Society of Artists, the Carnegie Institute, and The Art Institute of Chicago. He is best known today for his paintings of lovely young women out in the snow, most often depicted with various landmarks located in New York City. These types of paintings were immediately popular, becoming a normal part of the artist's oeuvre, and during his lifetime were reproduced as postcards, calendars, and in mass-produced prints. This new sixty page catalog includes a detailed biography of the artist as well as nearly thirty color and black-and-white reproductions of his works. It is a must for the serious collector of American Art and those interested in Jewish American history.