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At 104, Artist Still in Love With Life

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Posted on May 27th, 2009 at 1:45 pm

**Editor's Note: Harold Rotenberg died in April 2011 at the age of 105.

At 104, he's still in love with life, still in love with his wife, and still in love with his art. And he's not alone. Major museums and art collectors worldwide covet his work.  Come along for an exclusive look inside the life of artist Harold Rotenberg.

Rotenberg isn't the only artist still finding inspiration later in life. At 85, artist Harold Garde says his creative spirit is stronger than ever and he continues to find new ways to create eye-popping art.

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  • Denise
    Posted 11:14am March 18th, 2010
    The painting caught my eye, I am so happy it did.  Wonderful!

  • Posted 1:26pm July 30th, 2009
    This is such an inspirational video.  Thank you Harold

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    Bill Shafer
    GB Staff
    Posted 11:41pm July 19th, 2009
    Hi Robert. Harold is working his way towards being one of the oldest people in Florida but the good news is there are quite a few people ahead of him.

    Want to meet the oldest living person in Florida right now? Just click here! And be sure to check out GB's Centenarian Project! Did you know GB was the on-line home of the World's Oldest Blogger? Check her out by clicking here!

    Oh, and since art is your thing, you MUST check out the amazing story of Harold Garde.


  • Posted 11:22pm July 19th, 2009

    This is an special video for me as a visual alrtist; I hope to follow his steps and paint for severald years ahead (I'm now 48)

    Thanks Harold!

    PD: Is Harold one of the oldest Floridians?

  • Posted 1:42pm July 8th, 2009
    Harold, you are a wonderful person and role-model.  You are giving me the courage and energy to believe that I can continue to enjoy painting for many more years. 

  • Posted 1:11am June 28th, 2009

    I LOVE HAROLD! What a sweetheart AND a talented artist.

    May all the creative people of the world live so long and continue to create with such passion.

    Linda Posey - Artists Alive and Well, an artists support network helping artists discover the passion and confidence that Harold has! www.ArtistsAliveandWell.com

  • Posted 4:26pm June 23rd, 2009

    Nobody tells a story like Growing Bolder, another awesome story to admire. 

    Lynda Canatay

    Women Playing For T.I.M.E.

  • Posted 11:24am June 23rd, 2009
    What an uplifting outlook on life! Harold is a great artist and a wonderful man. "Which is your favorite finger?"

  • Posted 9:24am June 20th, 2009
    We love Harold  and Charlotte and we love his art!

    We are honored to call them friends

    Howard and Barbara Gold

  • Posted 9:23pm June 15th, 2009
    Inspirational ... I love his art which is HIM so I love him as well.

  • Posted 9:41pm June 7th, 2009
    this was great!

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