Thursday, April 8, 2010

Daniel Hauben

Name: Daniel Hauben
Bio: Born May 23, 1956 and raised in the Bronx, Daniel Hauben has spent 25 years capturing the life of the Bronx on canvas or paper, setting up his easel on street corners and overpasses, under elevated subway trains or in playgrounds. “I’m a landscape painter,” he says. “It just so happens that the landscape I paint is encrusted with the Bronx."
Daniel Hauben’s formal training encompassed the School of Visual Arts, New York, NY where he was awarded a BFA; and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, where he attained his MA. Hauben lives with his wife Judith Lane, a librettist and composer, in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx.
Medium: Pastel, oil, glass, bronze.
Subjects: Landscape; portraits.
Style: Representational
Navigation: Main menu remains on top. Be aware that when you rest your mouse on a main menu title (e.g. Landscapes) and see the dropdown list, the Main Menu title may also open on its own page. This is not consistent, so click them all to be certain that you don’t miss anything. This includes clicking on The Artist, as well as on the sub-headings.
Gallery: The galleries may contain subgalleries. Cityscapes (Panoramas; Street Scenes; Urban Surrealism); Landscapes (Travel Paintings; Yard Paintings); Portraits; Etchings; September 11 (New World Order); Other Media (Oil Relief; Glass; Bronze).
Image View: Galleries contain sizable thumbnails that enlarge on new page when clicked. This is where the information is available on medium and dimension. Pastels are mostly to be found in Landscapes (I could only find one in Cityscapes); Portraits; and September 11. Enlargements may be saved. Shola’s Yard is 19x24 ins, 745x650, 700 KB.
Demo: On The Artist dropdown list is a link to a (fast) slideshow demo of a landscape painting.
Blog/EBay/Flickr: No.

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