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Hal Robinson

 (1875 - 1933)
Hal Robinson was active/lived in New York, Connecticut.  Hal Robinson is known for landscape and cityscape painting.

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Hal Robinson


Robinson (1875-1933) painted at Old Lyme and exhibited After a Spring Rain, After the October Storm, The Last Glow, Saw Mill River and The Ice-Bound Hudson between 1909 and 1911 at the National Academy of Design.  At the Corcoran Gallery he showed After a Spring Rain in 1910.  In the following year he exhibited A Gray Day in November and The Ice Pond after a Thaw at the Carnegie International. 

Basically a naturalistic landscape painter, Robinson shows a degree of assimilation to impressionism in his use of violet hues and in the expressive application of impasto pigment.  He obviously worked from a fully loaded brush that results in a textural impasto that is a del  ...  Displaying 750 of 2915 characters.




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About  Hal Robinson

Born:  1875
Died:   1933
Known for:  landscape and cityscape painting