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Hopi Man

Clarence McGrath

About The Hopi Man

McGrath was best known for his sensitive portrayals of people, both elegant in execution and detailed as though through the eyes of a documentarian.

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McGrath was best known for his sensitive portrayals of people, both elegant in execution and detailed as though through the eyes of a documentarian.

About the Artist

(1938-2007) McGrath studied under California artists Phil Gilkerson, Leon Franks and Russian-born Sergei Bongart provided a solid foundation for Mc Grath's career in fine art. At the age of 24 he was awarded the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Fellowship Award which provided an opportunity for a painting trip to Central America. This trip was the beginning of a long and continuing relationship with the Mexican people.

While occasionally depicting still-lifes or landscapes. Mc Grath was a painter of the human figure. He was honored with over 40 exhibitions of his work. He was featured in Artists of the Rockies and the Golden West magazine and for many years was represented by O'Brien's Emporium in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Medium Oil paint on panel
Sight size 15 1/2" height X 11 1/2" width
Frame Painted lip, hand-wrapped linen liner, stained wood molding
Frame size 22 1/4" height X 18 1/4" width
Signed "McGrath" on viewer's lower right
Date of creation Circa 1980
Condition Excellent, as appeared framed.
Provenance From a north Scottsdale estate SJ