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Own an Archival Grade Reproduction of a Clark Hulings Painting
Signed, Limited Edition
Any Gift of $500 or More
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An Ancient French Farmhouse
The hamlet of Escouderc, in South Central France, is three hours from anywhere. Escouderc is part of the slightly larger village of Saint Paul des Landes, which has a population of almost 2,000 people. My father thought it was just spectacular — a bonanza of subject matter. He spent many days exploring the area, and painted a lot of plein air sketches, as well as a few large studio compositions, of which this is one. Archival print, limited edition, signed is 17.25x28".
The Lonely Man
With its subtle color values and it's meditative subject, The Lonely Man is a unique Hulings piece. Your eye is invited to move in a sweeping circle from the upper left corner, to the man, to the tree. This painting has examples of multiple techniques and influences, from the Jackson Pollock splatter of the spiked tree branches, to Thomas Moran in the smooth mists over the water and mountains. Archival print, limited edition, signed and numbered is 17x26.5".
Ile de la Cité
Ile de la Cité Flower Market has existed in Paris since 1830 so, had you walked through it 180 years ago, you might have seen it like this. Clark Hulings consistently added current touches to traditional settings–the two yellow plastic buckets under the table, cars on the street to the right. Time marches on. In all the complex detail of the flowers and the reflection of the rainwater on the ground, yellow and purple are the star colors here. Hydrangeas in the lower right frame the signature. Archival print, limited edition, signed is 16x24".
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