J. Horace Rudy’s art found in places outside borders of his adopted York County, Pa.
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Derek Dilks is a history-minded developer. His most recent project is renovation of the Pullman apartments in York, Pa., former home of the city’s noted, early 20th-century noted automaker. While visiting the Hotel Hershey, he came across this display (and shared this photo) about noted York artist J. Horace Rudy (1870-1940), whose work from a century ago still graces homes and buildings around York County. Rudy came to York from Pittsburgh, and his work then extended beyond the borders of his adopted home. The placard under Rudy’s portrait reads: ‘Rudy, a stained glass artist from York, PA, was responsible for design and construction of the windows found in the Circular Dining Room. And the label under the dining room drawing states: ‘Called a “cartoon” in stained glass lingo, this facsimile of the Circular Dining Room window design shows Mr. Rudy’s attention to detail. Included are the many hand painted birds native to our area that embellish these windows.’ Also of interest: J. Horace Rudy’s painting surfaces: His name imprinted on York, Pa.’s, arts memory.
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Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Sunday, May 24, 2015
Valuable drawing: Simple 19th-century art from a country artist worth $10,000 … .
A fraktur recently sold at an auction in Codorus Township for almost $10,000. Would you consider paying $10,000 for a piece of art if you had the money?
Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Monday, May 25, 2015
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Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Tuesday, May 26, 2015