Watercolor: Harold Gregor's Experimental Watercolor Landscapes

In the summer 2008 issue of Watercolor magazine, we explored how Harold Gregor experimented with many different styles and techniques, always seeking innovative ways of depicting the Midwestern landscape. In this online exclusive gallery, we offer examples of his work.

Gregor View from a Train No. 321 watercolor

Gregor Roadside View No. 314 watercolor

Gregor Rolling Farm No. 307

View from a Train No. 321
2004, watercolor, 9 x 12. Collection the artist.
Roadside View No. 314
2004, watercolor, 9 x 12. Collection the artist.
Rolling Farm No. 307
2004, watercolor, 7 x 10. Collection the artist.

Gregor What of Yellow Eyes No. 380 watercolor

Gregor Italian Reverie No. 376 watercolor

Gregor Path Across the Prairie No. 375 watercolor

What of Yellow Eyes No. 380
2007, watercolor and Cray-Pas, 18 x 24. Courtesy Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Italian Reverie No. 376
2007, watercolor, 18 x 24. Collection the artist.
Path Across the Prairie No. 375
2007, watercolor, 18 x 24. Courtesy Gerald Peters Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Gregor At Once Rough and Velvety No. 354 watercolor

At Once Rough and Velvety No. 354
2006, watercolor, 18 x 24.
Private collection.

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