(1906 - 1959)
Richard Clarke Hare was active/lived in Massachusetts, New York. Richard Hare is known for seashore and landscape watercolor painting, illustrator.
Biography Richard Hare
Richard Clarke Hare was a painter best known for his watercolor scenes
of the Massachusetts seashore. In the 1930s, he was part of the
Provincetown, Massachusetts art scene. He was from a family of
artists. His brother, John Hare, was a painter, as was his uncle
Knowles Hare, a famous engraver.
One of the locations that Richard Hare enjoyed painting was Lake
Ozonia, a small lake in the Adirondacks, where he first visited in the
1920s. He married a local girl, Nellie Stark, and they lived at
Ozonia, the town on the Lake named for the purity of its air, during
the summers and early fall because she was more comfortable there than
New York City. Their courtship became part of the lore of Ozonia
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