(1928 - 1997)
Carlos Hall was active/lived in New Mexico. Carlos Hall is known for Indian figure-genre, landscape.
Biography Carlos Hall
The following is from The Taos Gallery Scottsdale
New Mexico 1928-1997
Carlos Halls name is associated with bold, vigorous color reflective of the people and landscapes of New Mexico. Of his exuberance with color, one of his peers said that "Carlos could find color under a stone."
Anyone familiar with Halls artwork knows that his pieces are linked to his strong New Mexico heritage. He was raised in the eastern New Mexico border town of Clovis by his great aunt, Nelle, and great uncle, Charles Scheurich. Through this uncle, Hall is descended from both Charles Bent, the first Civil Governor of the New Mexico territory, and to Kit Carson. In fact, Carson died in the arms of Scheurichs father, and Hall posse
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