The Geographers by Doug Hall
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Doug Hall's paintings reflect his admiration and respect for the early Eastern Woodland Native Americans. Daniel was captured by the Shawnee and entertained by Chief Blackfish drawing maps in the dirt. Blackfish realized too late that his entertaining Boone has given away the hidden locations of Shawnee villages. "The Geographers" in this image appear to be keeping their secrets within their camp.
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About The Artist
Doug Hall’s paintings reflect his admiration and respect for the culture of early Eastern Woodland Native Americans. Most influential in his development has been mentor Bob Tommey, a master of color who resides in Carthage, Missouri.
Hall grew up painting in Neosho, Missouri and now lives in McDonald County surrounded by Huckleberry State Forest. He is an avid black powder shooter and horseback rider.
Past recognition includes the George Phippen Memorial Fine Art Award, Prescott, Arizona, 2002; First place in oils, Sedona, Arizona, 2003; Artists' Choice and the H.E. Williams Award, Midwest Gathering of the Artists, 2004; and Best of Show, Stillwater, Oklahoma, 2005.
Represented by Altermann Gallery
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