Hal Robinson (1875 - 1933)

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Hal Robinson (1875 - 1933)

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Hal Robinson (1875 - 1933)
"Road Through the Forest"
Oil on canvas
12 x 10 inches
Signed lower right: Hal Robinson
Late 19th cent.

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Hal Robinson was born in 1875 and focused on painting landscapes during his lifetime career as an artists. He became well known for painting all landscapes from ocean to wooded scenes during all seasons as well. His paintings are done in a impressionists fashion with usually a hazy and confusing atmosphere exactly like the painting above. He lived in New York and had exhibitions at the National Academy of Design, Concoran Gallery, and the Boston Art Club. He enjoyed living in New York and painting landscapes of upstate N.Y. of which this probably depicts.

This oil on canvas is a beautiful little piece and a strikingly similar one was sold at Christies auction a few years ago. This painting has been loosely nailed into the frame which is believed to be original, had caused minor loss around its edges. Their is also some paint that has flaked off on the black tree on the left which is photographed. This painting is a wonderful little example of Hal's ability to create these hazy and blurry impressionistic landscapes. 

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