Clark Hulings, a superb American artist I wrote about in 2009, died in February of this year.
In what is being described as his last show of new work, The Forbes Galleries in New York will host a show titled Clark Hulings: An American Master from March 23 to September 10, 2011.
The exhibition will feature 48 works, including oil paintings, drawings and watercolors, ranging from large finished works to small pochade sketches. Of these 15 oils and 6 drawings will be offered for sale separately through Morris and Whiteside Galleries in South Carolina.
The latter gallery has a slideshow of the works on their website, adding nicely to what it an unfortunately small amount of his work available for viewing on the web.
Click on the first thumbnail to launch the popup window and you can then step through the images with the controls at bottom, or let it run as a slideshow. (It appears to have a glitch in displaying one of the last 7 or 8 images; you may have to close and reopen the popup.)
Clark Hulings, slide show on Morris & Whiteside Galleries
Article on Clark Hulings in Illustration Magazine #31 (click to view full screen)
My previous post on Clark Hulings
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A detailed bio of the Master I’d like to add to Charley Parker’s contribution in collecting these unforgettable talented artists who continue to amaze us. Here it is: http://www.clarkhulings.com/biography/detailed_bio.htm
May he rest in peace.
Clark was one of my father’s favorite artist. My dad’s name was Joe wade. It’s always nice to see new works by you Clark. Thank u arlene
The above pictures are very beautiful. They are well painted and very well colored. The color of above pictures are very good.
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