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"Alicante Decoradora 1970 31x46" by Don Hazen - Must Sell - Very Well Priced! Reduced Again $4,500
  • Alicante Decoradora 1970 31x46 Original Painting by Don Hazen
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  • "Alicante Decoradora 1970 31x46"

    1970

    Don Hazen

    Original Painting
    Oil on Linen

    Size: 28x36 in  |  71x91 cm

    Framed: 31x46 in  |  79x117 cm

     
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    Hand Signed : Upper left
    Condition: Excellent
    Framed without Glass
    Story / Additional Info : This painting was comissioned by the seller's cousin. His wife is the artist's brother. The artist framed the oil painting (on linen) in a metallic copper frame.
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 17005
    Don Hazen

    Art Brokerage: Don Hazen American Artist: b. 1933. Born in Tennessee in 1933, Don Hazen studied engineering before turning seriously to painting. He worked under muralist Dan Chapin Ralph Bagley of the Orlando (Florida) Institute of Art, and portraitist Robert Anderson. Upon completion of his studies in the early 1960, Mr. Hazen traveled through Europe, eventually finding his "spiritual" home in Spain. He decided to make Spain his permanent home, married and settled in Alicante. Since he has now lived on the Mediterranean coast for 30 years, Don Hazen has absorbed into his psyche the brilliant sun and vibrant colors surrounding him. Bold, singing colors laid on thickly with the palette knife, envelops the semiabstract to abstract forms which Hazen employs on his canvases. Don Hazens' paintings are filled with a contagious energy and vitality generated by the hot oranges, fuchsias, cobalt, beaten gold, scarlet and emeralds, which he uses, in a kaleidoscope of light and life. Don Hazen's work has been exhibited widely in Spain and Mexico as well as in the United States. He is represented in the permanent collection of the Museum of Science and Art of Daytona Beach, Florida, and the Museum Casa de la Cultura, Guadalajara, Mexico. Listings wanted.