Illustration Magazine

“While best known for his realist fine art paintings, Clark Hulings first made a name for himself as an illustrator in the paperback markets of the 1950s.

Born in Florida and raised in Westfield, New Jersey, Clark Hulings lived in Spain, New York, Louisiana, and throughout Europe before settling in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in the early 1970s. His art training began as a teenager with Sigismund Ivanowsky and George Bridgman, and continued at The Art Students League with Frank Reilly.”

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