Born in Florida and raised in New Jersey, Clark Hulings lived in some of the most exotic locations around the world, including Spain, New York, Louisiana, and all throughout Europe, before settling down in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Huling's first artistic training was as a teenager with Sigismund Ivanowsky and George Bridgeman. Later earning a degree in physics from Haverford College, Hulings began a career in portraiture and illustration. However, he soon longed to free himself from the constraints of an art director and devote himself entirely to easel painting. Over the past forty years, Hulings has traveled to locales around to world, choosing the most rural and picturesque landscapes as his subject matter.
Hulings earned awards from organizations such as the Allied Artists of America, the Hudson Valley Art Association, and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
Clark Hulings died Wednesday, February 2, 2011.
The Forbes Galleries, located in Forbes Magazine’s headquarters in New York City, will present a rare glimpse into the remarkable career of the American Master, Clark Hulings (1922-2011) March 22nd through June 18 September 10, 2011. The collection will encompass twelve countries and five decades, including figurative, still life, landscape and architectural subjects.
Twenty-one oils and drawings will be available by minimum bid silent auction through Morris & Whiteside Galleries, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. For information on these paintings and drawings please contact the gallery via email or call 843.842.34433.
The selection will also include an unprecedented group of twenty-two paintings from the artist’s personal collection, (not for sale) many never before seen publicly. Paintings from selected private collections in Connecticut, Ohio, Michigan, New Mexico and Texas will also be featured.
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