Doug Hall (painter)

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Doug Hall is an oil painter from Neosho, Missouri whose subjects include early Eastern Woodland Native Americans. He currently resides in McDonald County, Missouri adjacent to the Huckleberry State Forest.[1]

Recognition[edit]

  • George Phippen Memorial Foundation, Prescott, Arizona, Fine Art Award, 2002
  • Sedona, Arizona, Oils, first place, 2003
  • Midwest Gathering of the Artists, Carthage, Missouri, Artists' Choice Award and H.E. Williams Award, 2004
  • Stillwater, Oklahoma, Best of Show, 2005.

Hall’s paintings are represented by Altermann Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico and History on Hand, New York City, New York.

References[edit]

  1. ^ U.S. Department of State profile

External links[edit]

Doug Hall's website http://www.doughallart.com/