After several weeks of shock and mourning, Hartley began a series of paintings known as the War Motif paintings.
As a line of fans started to form, Hartley, weighed in on the phenomenon.
With no such friends or home, poor Hartley became a cast-away.
The orange of Woodbridge and the olive of Hartley were everywhere.
For with all its long hours of work Hartley had noticed that the tenement was not without its scenes of fleeting merriment.
There were perhaps a dozen men in the place, but Hartley was not among them.
Doctor Hartley was looking at him with the undisguised enmity of the egoist tricked.
I am not sure but you are right, Hartley, is it your father's?'
Some of the minor pieces are very pleasing, especially two by Hartley Coleridge, Esq.
The commanding officer, Hartley, proved most glad to welcome them.