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Early American Paintings · Clark Hobart

Clark Hobart (1868-1948)
In A Garden 1917
30 1/4" x 30 1/4" oil/canvas
signed lower left "Clark Hobart 4.28.17"

 

Exhibited:

1971 California Historical Society; "Artist-teachers & Pupils, San Francisco Art
Association & California School of Design; The First Fifty Years 1871-1921", catalog.

1979 Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art; "Yesterday's Artists On The Monterey Peninsula"; Illustrated in the catalog, p.77.

1981/82 Oakland Museum, Laguna Museum of Art, Crocker Art Museum, "Impressionism, The California View 1890-1930". Illustrated in the catalog, p.61.

Notes:

This museum-quality work was painted in San Francisco following the Panama Pacific Exhibition, in which Hobart received international attention as well as a silver medal. It is a rare non-portrait genre scene by the artist, and the most significant work to come to the market by him since his death in 1948.

 

 

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