Revisiting Prescott: An Arthur Haddock Retrospective
April 4, 1998 - June 21, 1998
Heath's Ranch, 14 x 17 inches, oil on canvas
A Traveling Exhibit from the Arthur
Haddock Foundation in Santa Fe, New Mexico is coming to the Phippen Museum.
Arthur Haddock, a painter of landscapes and portraits which featured austerity
and simplification in his subjects, was a student and long-time friend of
master painter, Maynard Dixon. Haddock resided in Prescott during the 1960s
and many of the pieces created in Arizona will be included in the exhibit.
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