Leon Lippert (1863-1947) painted from his own studio in downtown Cincinnati for nearly 60 years. Noted for his portraiture, the artist also
left behind a versatile body of art that includes life studies, landscapes, still lifes, murals, church paintings and commercial illustrations.
He is represented in the Cincinnati Art Museum with "Fountain Square 1929" and an engaging portrait of his "Young Apprentice." Much of his
other work is in family collections or with other collectors.
This website provides a brief biography, a gallery of selected examples from his work, a review of his
grandson's definitive book covering his art and life, and information about five limited edition reproductions now available for purchase.