(1924 - 2008)
Wilson Hurley was active/lived in New Mexico, Oklahoma. Wilson Hurley is known for landscape, some western genre, mural painting.
Biography Wilson Hurley
Wilson Hurley (1924-2008)
Born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, he became a painter in luminist
style of the American West, especially known for his depictions of
Canyon de Chelly, Yellowstone Park, and the Grand Canyon.
attended high school in Santa Fe, New Mexico, where his family moved in
1935. Knowing his interest and talent, his mother arranged for him to
spend time as a teenager with artists Theodore Van Solen, Josef Bakos,
and John Young-Hunter. Hurley studied engineering at the U.S.
Military Academy at West Point, graduating in 1945, and then served in
the Air Force. He resigned his Air Force commission to go to law
school at George Washington University in Washington DC and then
practiced law in Albu
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