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CLARENCE HINKLE FLORAL STILL LIFE OIL V$16,000
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MEASUREMENTS: 32"WX30"H FRAMED, OK CONDITION/"in the style of"Clarence Keiser Hinkle was an American painter and art educator. His art studio was in Laguna Beach, California and later in Santa Barbara, California. From 1912 until 1917, Hinkle lived in San Francisco.He moved to Los Angeles in 1917 and taught at Louise Elizabeth Garden MacLeod's Los Angeles School of Art and Design.Hinkle later taught painting and drawing at the Chouinard Art Institute from 1921 until 1935 His students included Millard Sheets and Phil Dike, among others.He taught his students to experiment with their work, paint from nature, and use loose brushstrokes to capture the subject. Hinkle had a wife, Mabel Bain and she had been a former student.He had an art studio in Laguna Beach, California from 1922 to 1935, and he was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association.Hinkle opened another studio in Santa Barbara, California in 1935.He painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits.Hinkle painted many coastal landscapes in the 1920s.Initially while living in California Hinkle worked within Impressionist style, but eventually moved in to more of an expressionistic modernist style, he is also associated with Post-Impressionism. Other early-Modernist in California include Rinaldo Cuneo, Ray Strong, and Charles Reiffel/Private collection, no documentation. We offer a 14day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with your purchase send back for full refund within 14 days.
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CLARENCE HINKLE FLORAL STILL LIFE OIL V$16,000

Estimate $12,000 - $16,000
Jan 28, 2022
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Starting Price $300
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0021: CLARENCE HINKLE FLORAL STILL LIFE OIL V$16,000

Sold for $325
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Est. $12,000 - $16,000Starting Price $300
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MEASUREMENTS: 32"WX30"H FRAMED, OK CONDITION/"in the style of"Clarence Keiser Hinkle was an American painter and art educator. His art studio was in Laguna Beach, California and later in Santa Barbara, California. From 1912 until 1917, Hinkle lived in San Francisco.He moved to Los Angeles in 1917 and taught at Louise Elizabeth Garden MacLeod's Los Angeles School of Art and Design.Hinkle later taught painting and drawing at the Chouinard Art Institute from 1921 until 1935 His students included Millard Sheets and Phil Dike, among others.He taught his students to experiment with their work, paint from nature, and use loose brushstrokes to capture the subject. Hinkle had a wife, Mabel Bain and she had been a former student.He had an art studio in Laguna Beach, California from 1922 to 1935, and he was a member of the Laguna Beach Art Association.Hinkle opened another studio in Santa Barbara, California in 1935.He painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits.Hinkle painted many coastal landscapes in the 1920s.Initially while living in California Hinkle worked within Impressionist style, but eventually moved in to more of an expressionistic modernist style, he is also associated with Post-Impressionism. Other early-Modernist in California include Rinaldo Cuneo, Ray Strong, and Charles Reiffel/Private collection, no documentation. We offer a 14day money back guarantee if you are not satisfied with your purchase send back for full refund within 14 days.

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