Hanson Puthuff

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Hanson Puthuff is one of the giants in California painting in the 20th Century.

Born in 1875 in Waverly, Missouri, he had a troubled early life. His foster mother sent him to study at the Chicago Art Institute and the Denver Art School. His early interest was in figural work, but he became widely known for his California landscapes and a series of paintings he executed for the Santa Fe Railroad.

His works are in many museums and private collections. He died in 1972.

Another detail of this artwork is below.

Title

Academy Drawing Of A Male Figure

Artist

Hanson Puthuff, American ~ 1875 - 1972

Circa

1900

Signed

Lower Left

Medium

Graphite On Paper

Price

1500.00

Size

24" by 18.5"

Style

Portraiture

 

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