Brett Harper Display in Downtown Cincinnati

Musical Instruments by Brett Harper

Musical Instruments by Brett Harper

Stop by our downtown Cincinnati gallery to see the display we’ve put together of framed serigraphs by Cincinnati’s own Brett Harper. In addition to the framed prints, we have approximately 30 different unframed prints, representing about 30 years of Brett’s artistic output.


We’ve previously featured Brett’s floral serigraphs, so here is a sampling of some of his other limited-edition prints. The son of Charley and Edie Harper, Brett had his first one-person exhibit at the Cincinnati Nature Center while still a student, working toward his BA in English from Brown University. According to Brett, “Sometimes it seems as if I grew up with a drawing pen and a silkscreen squeegee in my hands, or was perhaps born with them.”

Fruit Bowl by Brett Harper

Fruit Bowl by Brett Harper

Wild Iris by Brett Harper

Wild Iris by Brett Harper

August Lily by Brett Harper

August Lily by Brett Harper

Ancient Symbols by Brett Harper

Ancient Symbols by Brett Harper

Banana and Weeds by Brett Harper

Banana and Weeds by Brett Harper

Collectibles by Brett Harper

Collectibles by Brett Harper

Mushrooms by Brett Harper

Mushrooms by Brett Harper

Hobby Horse by Brett Harper

Hobby Horse by Brett Harper

Taos by Brett Harper

Taos by Brett Harper

Blue Vase by Brett Harper

Blue Vase by Brett Harper

Seashells by Brett Harper

Seashells by Brett Harper

Sentinel by Brett Harper

Sentinel by Brett Harper

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6 thoughts on “Brett Harper Display in Downtown Cincinnati

  1. Hi
    I have a watercolour of native Americans on the Colorado River by Brett Harper dated 1891. Is this one of your ancestors? If you are interested in purchasing the item please respond and I will send you an image.

    Regards Roger

  2. Hi there. Our Cincinnati-area galleries carry the work of Brett Harper, a local artist who is still alive, as well as the work of his parents, Charley and Edie, who are both deceased. We don’t know anything about a 19th century artist named Brett Harper, but we do know that Charley Harper was born in West Virginia, in case that helps you ascertain the origin of your watercolor. Thanks!

  3. Thanks for your comment. We carry a wide selection of limited-edition prints by Brett Harper, as well as prints by his parents Charley and Edie. “Musical Instruments” is currently valued at $50. For more information on his prints, see our web site.

  4. Terry, “Hobby Horse” is actually a limited-edition serigraph [screenprint, much nicer than a lithograph], and the price is $35, which is a great deal on this kind of print.

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