The Paintings of William L. Hagenbaugh

William L. Hagenbaugh Painting Monk with Conquistador
Detail of a painting by William L. Hagenbaugh

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5 Responses

  1. Robert D. Carl, III says:

    William L Hagenbaugh’s work reminds me of that of the much better known western artist, C.R. Russell, I also have s letter of his to one of my cousins in my files.

  2. jo chokany-davis says:

    I loved reading this article. I am one of William L. Hagenbaugh’s grandchildren. My mother, Mildred, loved his watercolor paintings and I have several hanging in my home. A sad note, William, died before his first grandchild was born.

    • Andrew Hagenbuch says:

      Hi Jo. Thanks for your nice message and great to meet you! I’d love to see the paintings you have, if you have photos of them. Feel free to shoot a message through the Send Us A Message link in the upper right corner of the site, and I can reply back via email then.

  3. Beth Bisler (Hagenbaugh) says:

    Hi! I accidently came across this article when i was doing a family research. My father’s name is Hagenbaugh. (Ohio) I am not sure if there is a relation. (Still researching) However I love these paintings. I have several Cowboys in the decor of my house. I was wondering if these are for sale on a website. Any info you could share would be appreciated.

    • Andrew Hagenbuch says:

      Hi Beth. Nice to meet you! Your Hagenbaughs are almost certainly related through our common ancestor Andreas Hagenbuch (b. 1715) who came from Europe in 1737. There are a few Hagenbuch/Hagenbaugh lines in Ohio. I’d be happy to help you connect your group onto our larger family tree if you send me a message through our contact form:

      I am not aware of any of William L. Hagenbaugh’s paintings for sale currently. Most, if not all, are in private or family collections.

      I look forward to hearing from you so we can see where you fit into our family tree 🙂

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