H. Hargrove's accomplishments are many. Over one million of H. Hargrove's images are displayed in homes throughout the world. He today ranks as one of the country's most-collected and renowned living artists. He has painted over 100 limited editions, and most have completely sold out!
In 1996, H. Hargrove was honored to create a commemorative painting
for the centennial Olympic Games. "From Athens to Atlanta" is one
of the artists most celebrated works. In 1999, H. Hargrove was again
honored to create a work celebrating the Women's World Cup Soccer
tournament. "The World Is Watching" captured the spirit of this most
"From Athens to Atlanta"
Hargrove has been featured on television, radio and in magazines throughout
the world. In 1999 alone, he appeared on the NBC Today Show, ABC Television,
FOX Television and local network and public television. Other highlights
in 1999 included a retrospective showing of his work at the historic
Cincinnati Art Club where the artist and his celebrated guest, hall-of-fame
basketball player Oscar Robertson raised thousands of dollars for
inner city children.
The Children's Miracle Network benefited from a charitable appearance
by H. Hargrove in New Orleans. H. Hargrove and Norm Abrams from "This
Old House" raised thousands of dollars for children's hospitals.
artist was recently asked to come to a special event at the state
capital in New Jersey. H. Hargrove presented Governor Christine Todd
Whitman with a limited edition of the "World is Watching" to help
celebrate the "kickoff" of the Women's World Cup Soccer Tournament.
Additionally, H. Hargrove was honored by an invitation to our Nation's
Capital by the United States Marines Corps in a special showing of
his work at the Pentagon.