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Clark Hulings ( 1922–2011 )

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While Clark Hulings was born in Florida in 1922, he spent much of his childhood in Spain. This early exposure to the provincial marketplaces, historic ruins, and pastoral landscapes of Europe no doubt influenced Hulings later in life as he was drawn to just such subjects.

Hulings studied art at the Art Students League in New York, and also received a degree in physics from Haverford College in Pennsylvania. Following his schooling, Hulings worked first as a portraitist in Louisiana and then as an illustrator in New York. During the 1960’s Hulings developed a successful career as a painter, and in 1965 he received the first Prix de West award ever given at the National Academy of Western Art. In 1957, Hulings moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where he lived and worked until his death in 2011.

 

Artist Works

Lot 105
(2011)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Grand Canyon (1968)
oil on canvas
31 x 47 in
$345,000
Lot 131
(2008)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
The Valencia Market ()
Oil on Canvas
32 x 46 in
$299,000
Lot 154A
(2015)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Lower Colonias ()
oil on panel
30 x 60 in
$105,300
Lot 70
(2010)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Thrashing Wheat (1976)
oil on canvas
24 x 36 in
$92,000
Lot 130
(2008)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Donkey (1973)
Oil on Board
20 x 30 in
$46,000
Lot 69
(2010)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Comonfort (1969)
oil on canvas
12 x 18 in
$43,125
Lot 128
(2014)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Friday Morning at Bonnieux ()
oil on canvas
24 7/8 x 66 in
$43,875
Lot 276
(2017)
Clark Hulings (1922–2011)
Aix en Provence Flower Market (1985)
oil on canvas
27 x 44 in
$154,000