Harry Hering

American 1887-1967



A noted WPA era painter and printmaker, Harry Hering exhibited widely during the decades preceding the Second World War. In New York where he was based, Hering’s work was shown frequently at such esteemed venues as the Milch Gallery and the Rehn Gallery.


 A member fo the Woodstock Art Association and the Salons of America,this self-taught artist’s work also found its way into the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the National Academy of Design, the Carnegie Institute and the Corcoran, Washington, DC.


Harry Hering’s fine work is once again drawing the attention of collectors. His work can be found today in such collections as the Whitney Museum, New York and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.