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Stephen Hannock Indigo Rocket for Mark (Mass MoCA #304), 2019

Stephen Hannock
Indigo Rocket for Mark (Mass MoCA #304), 2019
Polished oil on canvas
22 x 12 inches

Stephen Hannock Slicing Storm, Silverado Dawn, for Redford, Thiebaud, and Puryear, 2018

Stephen Hannock
Slicing Storm, Silverado Dawn, for Redford, Thiebaud, and Puryear, 2018
Polished oil over mixed media on canvas
36 x 60 inches

Stephen Hannock Silverado Ribbons, Calistoga Dawn (Mass MoCA #240), 2016

Stephen Hannock
Silverado Ribbons, Calistoga Dawn (Mass MoCA #240), 2016
Polished oil on canvas
18 x 36 inches

Stephen Hannock Valley Vineyard Fog Ribbons, Silverado Dawn (Mass MoCA #184), 2013

Stephen Hannock
Valley Vineyard Fog Ribbons, Silverado Dawn (Mass MoCA #184), 2013
Polished mixed media on canvas
48 x 96 inches

Stephen Hannock Flooded River - Iridescent Dawn, 2000

Stephen Hannock
Flooded River - Iridescent Dawn, 2000
Polished oil on canvas
11 x 21 inches

Stephen Hannock Golden Launch Emerald Dawn, 2006

Stephen Hannock
Golden Launch Emerald Dawn, 2006
Polished oil on canvas
17 1/2 x 14 1/2 inches

Biography

Stephen Hannock's formal artistic training began at Bowdoin and led him to participate in the Twelve College Exchange, where at Smith College he came under the influence of Leonard Baskin, the renowned sculptor, illustrator, printmaker, and graphic artist. Hannock is deeply influenced by the great American landscape painters of the nineteenth century, especially Thomas Cole, whose sweeping vistas of rugged Eastern terrain were imbued with a sense of the romantic and the sublime. Hannock's dramatic neo-Luminist paintings have been featured in numerous national publications and museum collections including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego.

Press
Al Held Watercolors at Berggruen Kenneth Baker, San Francisco ChronicleSunday, September 7th, 2008