Put a Clark Hulings on Your Wall
Whether you're a new collector, a devotee, or just an art subversive who wants something a little different, there's a Clark Hulings master work that's just right for you. Prints, giclées, and even originals are available.
It sells for more when you DON'T go it alone. Estates, collectors, & auction houses: promotion or consignment options available.
Getting the Most For Your Painting
“Provenance is king. When you sell something, you want to know what it is, what's the story behind it, when and where it was made, and how to reach the right people - people interested in buying. This is more true of fine art than anything.” - Elizabeth Hulings
Why Own a Hulings?
You join a discerning group entrusted to care for a work by one of America’s most important painters..
Some recognize their heritage in the work. Some admire the painter’s technical brilliance. Regardless of the reason, the work holds its value on the secondary market.
“The story of her patient’s amnesia is told by the shadow on his face, and no matter how long she’s been on her feet this shift, she is rosy-cheeked, and her lipstick is on-trend.” As I am away this week, our Account Manager Penelope has written this week’s post: hope you enjoy it! — Elizabeth.
Blue Shoes, White Donkey
This little gem was included in my father’s 1964 solo watercolor show in Tulsa, Oklahoma, from which it vanished into a private home.
Crisis & Resilience in Guatemala
“Hundreds of firefighters and rescue workers face impassible roads and destroyed bridges, and over 3,000 residents have been evacuated…”
Franco’s Laundry Room
“I have a very vivid memory of being carried into fairly rough surf by a local fisherman, because I was demanding to be allowed into the water, and my mother was concerned about the waves.”
The Camel of the Bayou
In the Southern US, Spanish Moss apparently was named Itla-Okla or “Tree Hair” by Native Americans; as the French and Spanish created new, retaliatory names for it that mildly insulted one another’s beards and hair, “Spanish Moss,” ended up sticking.
The Rain in Spain
“I titled this painting assuming that the name painted on the basket was indeed that of the lettuce seller. The scene is in Santiago de Compostela, Spain, where the rain falls mainly everywhere —hence the damp pavement.”
It’s Donkey Week!
“Donkeys are part of how things get done. Patient. Steadfast. Hardworking. Humble. Strong. Clark Hulings said: ‘If left to their own devices and their own pace, they will serve well. They are by nature sure-footed, loyal and affectionate.’ “
May the Fourth Be With You!
“Who doesn’t want a chance to look up from typing an email and pretend, just for a moment, that we are flying across the universe in a spaceship, or captaining a submarine?”
Practice, Practice, Practice
“If I had yelled to alert them the house was on fire, they would have fled to the street only after correcting my grammar.”
Jose Antonio Vargas
“This painting just seemed appropriate for this cold April day. The white sky implies imminent snow, but the little boy’s shorts and t-shirt suggest incautious optimism—a tilting at weather windmills…”
A Bubble of Consciousness
“Suddenly I felt a misty consciousness as of something forgotten — a thrill of returning thought; and somehow the mystery of language was revealed to me.” — Helen Keller
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