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George Hallmark La Reina By George Hallmark Giclee On Canvas  Grande Edition 



      




George Hallmark La Reina By George Hallmark Giclee On Canvas Grande Edition  

Status: Available | Condition:New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 35 | Dim:48 x 36 | George Hallmark| Item #: GHK022GISNU4836

Price:$1,100.00

George Hallmark La Reina By George Hallmark Giclee On Canvas Grande Edition   is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $366.67 over 60 days.
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La Reina by George Hallmark Giclee on Canvas Grande Edition  

NOTES: George Hallmark's paintings combine his love of architecture and art in outstanding images that take the viewer to many exotic locales around the world. This release takes the viewer to a beautiful mission, La Riena (The Queen), Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, near San Antonio, Texas. The magnificent entry of the church, featuring sculptural figures and detailed adornment around the doors, offers a majestic, yet serene, place of worship.

La Reina By George Hallmark Giclee On Canvas Grande Edition   by George Hallmark  George Hallmark. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.

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George Hallmark bio

Born and raised in North Central Texas, George Hallmark identifies with life in the country and feels at home in a rural setting. Hallmark began drawing as a child and, discovering that he received praise for his artwork, continued and excelled at art in high school and college. For many years, he worked as an architectural designer and as a commercial artist. It was in the mid-seventies that Hallmark first began to devote more time to painting fine art. In 1979, he traveled to Utah to study with William Whitaker, then Professor in Residence at B.Y.U. Working in oil on canvas, Hallmark chooses his subjects for their architectural interest, striving for a dramatic play of light and shadow within. The artist has a strong sense of design from his studies in architecture, and draws upon this expertise to create paintings that are a rich blend of composition, color, and depth - while conveying a more personal sense of "being there." Paul Harvey, the voice of America, acknowledged this personal connection and said to Hallmark, "You have a gift for strumming the heartstrings like nobody since Rockwell." The artist has an impressive list if credentials. His work can be found among the prestigious collections of the Texas Capitol, Texas Instruments, Medical Heritage Collection, and the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Hallmark has won many awards including selection as Official Texas State Artist. In 1999, his work will be included in the Artists of America Show in Denver. He is represented by Trailside Galleries in Scottsdale and Jackson Hole. Today, the artist lives in Bosque County, in the Texas Hill Country. Their home, designed by Hallmark, stands on a hillside overlooking the valley floor below. In this quiet country setting, George Hallmark has found that balance between family and art, between work and creativity. "The longer I paint, the more I enjoy this wonderful blessing of creation. The good Lord gave me this incredible desire to be an artist, the rest has been just plain hard work."