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"Lion and Lioness 1995 33x47 Huge" by Grant Hacking - 🔥Framed Oil on Canvas $3,200
Lion and Lioness 1995 33x47 Huge Original Painting by Grant Hacking
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Grant Hacking

"Lion and Lioness 1995 33x47 Huge"

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Year1995
Hand SignedLower Right in Oil  
Condition Excellent 
Framed without GlassMottled Gold 
Purchased fromDealer 1995 
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Certificate of Authenticity Artist 
LID108612
Grant Hacking

Art Brokerage: Grant Hacking South African Artist: New England artist Grant Hacking was born and raised in South Africa and resided there until the age of twenty-five so he still experiences great pleasure in depicting the diverse animal life native to the African Continent. Living in this exotic location provided Hacking the opportunity to travel far and wide during the early years of his career researching material for his innovative wildlife compositions. However, a move to the United States in 1990 coupled with his dedication to a wife and two growing daughters motivated the artist to begin focusing on more localized subject matter as well. Although his technique varies greatly between the two genres - his landscapes are very painterly and a bit abstract while his brushwork becomes tighter when portraying wildlife - the two subjects really compliment one another. "I apply what I learn painting landscapes to creating more authentic habitats for my wildlife, and conversely, the technical skills I enforce through my renditions of wildlife go back into my landscapes." Self taught, the artist comes by his talent naturally as both parents were professional painters. He relates that it was not until later in life that he realized he had not only learned many of his technical skills by observing his father at the easel, but that he had also gained remarkable insights when it came to exhibiting and marketing his own work. Listings wanted.

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