Fine Art/Huldah


I have 2 Huldahs that I bought at a yard sale in Chicago in the early 80s. One is Girl with a Muff. Signature in the Left. The other is a woman wearing black putting on white gloves signature on right.  Both 18x21 1/2 and framed the same.  Heavy paper.  Should I take it to a dealer or how do I tell if it is real?  Thanks.

Cherry Jeffe Huldah biography

Born in Dallas Texas. Studied in New York, attending classes at the
Grand Central School, graduated to the Art Student's League. She also
attended private classes taught by Robert Brackman. Huldah began her
career in the1940s. From 1934-1949 she was represented by the noted New
York art dealer and collector, Howard Young. In the 1950s, the Charles
Lock Galleries of NewYork also exhibited her work. In 1975 Wally Findlay
Galleries in New York presented her first one-woman show. Four of her
works were purchased by the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Her paintings
have been reproduced by the New York Graphics Society since 1946 and by
Hallmark cards since 1953.

Huldah has had her paintings selected for the Grand Salon of the Salon
des Artiste Francais in Paris. She won Honorable Mention awards on the
Salons of1948 and 1967. She is listed in "Who's Who in American Art",
"Who's Who of American Women" and the "World Who's Who of Women". Her
paintings are in the collections of the Georgia Museum of Fine Art,
Columbia Museum, Norfolk Museum of Fine Arts, Sheldon Swope Museum of
Arts, Cornell Medical Center, and in the Los Angeles Athletic Club. And
in 1998 the national Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC
recognized Huldah and has included her work on their permanent

I have seen the works you mentioned,  quite often as posters for affordable prices. If you have a work that is hand signed by the artist, you need a proper appraisal.
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