American Master painter Clark Hulings (1922-2011) scoured the world for six decades, seeking and creating beauty, and here you can acquire the slices that most resonate with you.
Who Was Clark Hulings?
Clark’s ability to see beauty in daily human gestures and activities won him the appellation “master” on numerous occasions. His celebration of textures as expressed through light, shadow, and atmosphere “describes the air itself,” according to the Christian Science Monitor. His range of subject matter was astonishing, “No one does as many things as well,” proclaimed Southwest Art. His modesty in the face of such acclaim was legendary. Throughout his career he maintained a personal profile far lower than his national reputation.
Donkeys were a favorite subject for Clark, “Burros are not sophisticated or graceful, but they have a dignity about them. They are strong, intelligent, hardy, loyal and determined. If left to their own devices and their own pace, they will serve well.”
"Hulings..adds light as protagonist in every canvas...He describes the air itself." —Christian Science Monitor The Clark Hulings Estate Estate exists to support Clark Hulings' place in the canon of American master painters, and to support collectors, auction houses, galleries, dealers, and museums by providing a central resource for information, licensing, reproductions, and sales support.