New Mexico Art League
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Online Exhibition 

of works by


Howard Wexler

Siegfried Hahn  


Please enjoy this online exhibition!


Proceeds from the sales of works from this exhibition

will contribute to the care of Howard Wexler

with 30% going to support the New Mexico Art League. 


For information about purchasing a piece from this exhibit, 

please send an email to the Director, Buffy Nelson, at

bnelson.newmexicoartleague@gmail.com



Giovanni Perini

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 14" x 11"

$275




South African Boy

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 16" x 19"

$350



Amsterdam Jewelers Wife

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 22.5" x 18"

$300



Art Student, Lisbon

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 14" x 11"

$300

(sold)



Peg, Music Student, London

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 26" x 22"

$375



The Antique Dealer, White Russian

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 19" x 14"

$250



Girl in Red Dress

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 19" x 15"

$300




Franz Gerber

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 18" x 14"

$325



Monika

(with watercolor study)

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 30" x 32"

$400

(sold)



Maria Callado, Lisbon

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 25" x 18"

$300

(sold)




Man Reading, 3 AM

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 20" x 24"

$300



Girl in Black Lace Dress

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 20" x 15"

$350



Girl in Red Turtleneck

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 16" x 12.5"

$275



Madame Lilli Heidzick with a Spnge Hat

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 26" x 20"

$375



Joan

by Howard Wexler

oil on canvas, 36" x 24"

$500


Basket, Still Life

by Howard Wexler

oil on canvas, 11" x 14" (unframed)

$125

(Sold)




Pink Rose, Still Life

by Howard Wexler

oil on canvas, 7" x 9" (unframed)

$50



 Books and Horses

by Howard Wexler

oil on canvas, 11" x 14" (unframed)

$125

(Sold)



Evreaux, Normandy, France

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 12.5" x 22" 

$375



Tramp Steamer, Capetown Harbour

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 9.5" x 14.5" 

$275




Prague, View of City

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 13" x 16" 

$325



February Morning Thaw, Slovakia

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 14" x 17.5" 

$375



 South Africa

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 10" x 17" 

$300





Acropolis, Greece

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 8" x 10.5" 

$190



England

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 9.5" x 12" 

$200




Old Barn Door

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 11" x 13" 

$175



Rickmansworth Canal

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 10.5" x 13" 

$200



Dock, South Africa

by Siegfried Hahn

watercolor on paper, 8.25" x 14" 

$200




Country Store, Martha's Vineyard

by Howard Wexler

watercolor on paper, 9.5" x 20.5" 

$400

(sold)


Patio in Los Ranchos

by Howard Wexler

watercolor on paper, 10" x 12" 

$200






Girl on Swing

by Howard Wexler

watercolor on paper, 15" x 16" 

$275





Governor's Palace, Cape Town, South Africa

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 16" x 20" 

$375





Baker Street, London, 1947

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 15" x 18" 

$300



Silenus after Tiepolo, 1937

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas, 17" x 25" 

$350




Holy Andy Church, Greece, 1953

by Siegfried Hahn

oil on canvas,19" x 26.5" 

$400




Family Grave

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 10" x 17" 

$75



White Silo

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 12" x 15" 

$75



Family with Binoculars

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 12" x 14" 

$100



Still Life with Basket

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 17" x 12" 

$125




Night View #1

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 26" x 24" 

$125



Philippe's Boat

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 23" x 29" 

$180

(sold)



Walk in the Woods

by Siegfried Hahn

(unstretched) oil on canvas, 20" x 28" 

$120


Howard Wexler was born in New York and grew up in the Washington, D.C. area. While in Washington attended the Corcoran Art School (1950-52) ad the Abbott Academy of Art (1952-53). Howard received his BA in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute and later he attended the Academy Andre Lhote in Paris. While living in Paris he learned the oil painting techniques of the great masters, using their lost materials and methods as reconstituted by Jacques Maroger, former Director of the Louvre Laboratories, Paris. From 1958 to 1968, while living in Europe, Wexler exhibited in France, England and Germany -in Paris notably at the Pinacotheque des Pientres Modernes for seven years and at the Salon des Artistes Independants for four years. He also exhibited his paintings in the French provinces. Howard taught drawing and painting to the American colony in Paris and Normandy, France from 1961 to 1967 - and in Stuttgart, Germany from 1967 to 1968. In 1968 he moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico where, along with his colleague, Siegfried Hahn, he continued instructing students in their art academy. An in-depth article on their unique approach to drawing and painting appeared in American Artist Magazine (March, 1976). Siegfried Hahn and Howard Wexler acted as directors and instructors at the New Mexico Art League for several yeas in Albuquerque. Howard has exhibited extensively the United States. His landscapes, florals and still-life paintings are in collections throughout the nation. 


Siegfried W. A. Hahn was born January 8, 1914 in Randfontein, Transvaal, South Africa. As an infant he contracted infantile paralysis and was bedridden for the first 6 years of life. His father constructed a portable drafting table for him, gave him crayons, pencils and paper, which started his career in art. After high school, he spent 2 years in the Architecture and Fine Arts Department of Johannesburg University. The following year he studied drawing and painting at Cape Town University Fine Arts Department. In 1935, Siegfried was accepted as a student at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in London. He studied there for 3 years and was awarded the Creswick Prize, the Landseer Bronze Medal and the Turner Gold Medal. In 1938, Siegfried entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. With the outbreak of the war in 1940, he returned to South Africa and taught drawing and painting at Stellenbosch Technical College. After the war, Siegfried returned to Europe and spent 9 years traveling, painting and exhibiting his art. For 12 years, from 1955 until 1967, Siegfried lived in Paris and Evreux, France exhibiting and teaching art. He learned from Jacques Maroger, the methods, techniques and mediums of the great masters, which had been lost for two centuries. Some of his students were families of American military stationed at Exreux. He was encouraged by his students and their families to move to Albuquerque, New Mexico with his partner Howard Wexler in 1968. Siegfried taught art at the Art Center, the New Mexico Art League and at his home studio. He and Howard planted vintage roses in their large home garden, which received local and national attention. Siegfried passed away in 2008 and was honored with a memorial garden in front of the New Mexico Art League.



Please Note: Some of these pieces have been photographed

behind glass which had sometimes left a white streak in the center of the image. 

Buyers will have the opportunity to view works in person before purchase. 

Also, some works are framed and others unframed. 

All frames are quite old and will probably need to be replaced.


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