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The paintings that hang in an artist’s home are special in two ways.
One being most of them are the artist’s and second, the ones that are
not become even more alluring.
Tom is sorry to say that all the paintings in his home are his and valued by his wife to the level that they are not for sale even though she says that when company is present.
The works in the studio are more important to Tom and probably do not have the cache to be hung in the lower levels.
Humidifier Painting, 4' x 5'
Bahamian Home, 20" x 16", Watercolor, 1995
Irene and Helen, Oil on canvas, 5' x 4', 2005
Li Lac Chocolates, Christopher St, NYC, 12" x 16", Oil on canvas, 1994
Mount Denali, Alaska, June 20 1994, Oil on canvas, 40" x 30"
Zurich I, 6" x 4", Oil pastel on paper
Helen, 36" x 40", oil on canvas, painted for the 2006 Tall Stacks Celebration in Cincinnati
Hong Kong Harbor, 10" x 8", oil on canvas, Fall 1996
Painted from life during a trip to the Orient After taking a slow boat to china and the bullet train back. Tom's wife assisted him in setting up his easel outside the art museum and painting this view of Hong Kong proper. Normally all the boats in the painting can be seen traveling to and fro accept the junk. Mostly seen are the ferryboats and floating cranes that unload all the cargo in the harbor. Above is a building in the form of a Shinto Shrine at Victoria Peak.
Peggy, 20" x 16", Oil on canvas Tom's mother painted from life over the periods of a few days.
The paintings shows the steamboat Delta Queen just finished docking at Cincinnati Landing. To the left of the Queen is the ermanently moored showboat Majestic. In the distance you can see the traditional river front of Covington, Kentucky with its famous suspension bridge built by John Robeling and finished in 1860. Just behind the bridge is the modern office tower and contemporary Covington Landing.
On the gang plank are the waiters of the Queen putting on a show for the tourists in the manner of a Mari Gras Celebration. On the "Showboat Majestic's" upper deck are two actresses and going to the right of them are the passengers of the steamboat. On top of it all is the pilot surveying the docking.
Cincinnati Girl, 12" x 16", oil on canvas, 2000
AT&T Office Atrium, 16" x 20", Oil on canvas
South Street Seaport, New York City, 40" x 30", 1996, Print
Scallop Hunter, 10" x 8", Oil on canvas, 1985; Painted for Tom’s father on his birthday, of the scallop fishermen of Nantucket Sound. One of two paintings the other whereabouts unknown.
The painting was later displayed at an art show and Tom used a ready made frame but had to add 4 inches to the bottom of the painting bringing it to the original size of the work in the museum. Not being allowed to copy a work with the same size canvas, Tom made the copy size 30" x 36". A 4" x 30" inch canvas strecher was made and bolted to the bottom of the copy. Gesso was laid in the crack till it was smooth enough to paint on. You see this rather often in musems. The painting hangs on the third floor waiting for the son in the painting to pick it up.
Sitwell Girl II, 8" x 10", Oil on canvas, 2005
Mother Daughter VIII, Second state, 20" x 24", Tuesday, November 25, 2014, Portraits, Figure
Tom Lohre as Parsee
16” X 20”, Oil on canvas
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