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d'ART ID#: 91723
Length: 35.50 in (90.17 cm)
Height: 26.00 in (66.04 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Canvas , Paper , Serigraph
Style & Subject:
Classical , Figurative , Impressionism
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Don Hatfield
Kite Festival
Don Hatfield
Limited Edition Prints
Retail: $1,100.00
Our Price: $900.00

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Kite Festival

Original Limited Edition Serigraph 100% Hand-Separated and Hand-Pulled
Paper(LIMITED)
Canvas(SOLD OUT)
Price subject to market fluctuation and availability
5/16/06

Don Hatfield is one of the most innovative impressionists of our time. His style of painting softly blends figures of realism with the gentle touch of classic Impressionism. Don strives to create paintings that bond themselves to the viewer. In the vein of romantic impressionism, he shows the viewer that beauty can arise from one stirring moment; a family reunion, a young boy searching for shells on the beach, or the warmth of the sun touching a mother and her child.
Don was born on May 16, 1947 in Long Beach, California. He did not always dream of being an artist. He studied philosophy, theology, and literature and it was not until he met the well known portraitist, Charles Cross, that he really began to explore his talents as a painter. Cross was impressed with Don's "innate color sense" that was displayed in the soft pastel colors of his oil paintings. Cross encouraged Don to pursue his talents by becoming his protégé.
Two years of study with Cross was not enough to convince Don to focus all of his energy on the world of art. He abandoned his short career in art to pursue a career in ministry. However, his desire to become an artist was too strong to ignore. In 1979, on the advice of the premier portrait painter Ray Kinstler, Hatfield moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to pursue painting once again.
Hatfield eventually moved back to Los Angeles to fulfill his creative potential under the master tutelage of Sergei Bongart, who had a tremendous influence on him. "He was a wonderful presence and a great teacher," says Don. It was during this time with Bongart that Don diligently worked and perfected his style that we recognize today.

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