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  • Stephen Hodecker

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    Art Brokerage: Stephen Hodecker American Artist: b. 1956. Stephen Hodecker was born in 1956 in Manchester, Connecticut and grew up in New Hampshire. He studied at the University of New Hampshire with John Hatch and Sigmund Abeles. And later in California and Florence, Italy where his classical figure style was established. His materials include oil, watercolor, egg tempera, pastel as well as clay and bronze. His work, both landscape and figurative, is rooted firmly in the traditions and themes of European and American realism. Among his influences are Homer, Hopper, Sargent, Wyeth and Olitski. Stephen has painted the landscape across the country and abroad, most notably Ireland, Scotland. However, his primary subject matter remains rural New England, New Hampshire and the coast of Maine. The flag and its relationship to our culture, central to Hodecker's Remembrance series, continues to emerge as a theme reexamined in recent work. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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Log Scoot Watercolor 2021 20x30 Watercolor - Stephen Hodecker NEW

Stephen Hodecker

Log Scoot Watercolor 2021 20x30

Watercolor: Watercolor on Rag Paper, Hand Signed

Size: 20x30 in  | 51x76 cm
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Bull Ring Watercolor 2012 30x22 Watercolor - Stephen Hodecker

Stephen Hodecker

Bull Ring Watercolor 2012 30x22

Watercolor: Watercolor on Rag Paper, Hand Signed

Size: 30x22 in  | 76x56 cm
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Bryne 2002 22x15 Drawing - Stephen Hodecker

Stephen Hodecker

Bryne 2002 22x15

Drawing: Conte Crayon on Paper, Hand Signed

Size: 22x15 in  | 56x38 cm
Framed Signed Original Conte Crayon on Paper $2,500
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