Hulings, Clark

Clark Hulings grew up in New Jersey, studied in New York under Frank Reilly at the Art Student’s League, and haunted the Grand Central Art Galleries. Golden Age illustrators like Rockwell and Cornwell offered a constant wellspring of inspiration and insight into technique, but the time he spent in Spain as a little boy after the death of his mother seems to have imprinted on his imagination. The old cobblestone streets, donkeys and carts, stalls and markets in Mexico, Italy, Spain and elsewhere became Hulings’s principal subjects.

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