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JOHN W. HATCH COLLECTION at AUCTION

Saturday October 1, 2016
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THE JOHN W. HATCH COLLECTION at AUCTION

 AUCTION, EXHIBITION AND SALE OF ARTWORK BY JOHN W. HATCH,                                              BELOVED ARTIST AND ART PROFESSOR

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1 AT 12 NOON

TO BE HELD AT

COMMUNITY CHURCH OF DURHAM

FELLOWSHIP ROOM

17 MAIN STREET – DURHAM, NH 03824

Friday, September 30th Preview, Sale and Reception 5:00-8:00 p.m.

Lecture: Friday, Sept 30th 7-7:30pm and Saturday Oct 1 11:30-12 noon by Sam Cady, former student

Saturday, October 1st Preview, Sale and Auction

We invite you to attend a  once in a lifetime opportunity to be able to choose from over 245 drawings, watercolors, collages and oil paintings by Professor Hatch which have been enjoyed privately by the Hatch family for decades. The sale spans his entire productive output beginning in 1935 when Hatch was just 16, to Yale, WWII, his tenure at the University of New Hampshire (1949-1985) as well as after his retirement.

Figure studies and portraits, scenes of the South Pacific in World War II, still lives, mural studies, modernism, abstracts and landscapes will be available.  Isles of Shoals, Monhegan Island, Durham, China Maine, Manila, Cuba, Connecticut coastline, White Mountains, New York City and Canada are just a sampling of locations which will be available.

Auction estimates for the works range from $40 to $6,000 so there will fine quality works for people at every budget. 

A lecture preceding the auction, from 11:30 am until noon, will be given by Sam Cady, a former student of Mr. Hatch’s. “He was a wonderful mix of jokester and sage,” Cady said, “a man who loved people and loved teaching. Many artists teach by necessity, and resent what they see as a drain on their creative energies. But John found great fulfillment both as an artist and a teacher.”

For those that cannot attend we accept absentee and phone bid, or bid live on LIVEAUCTIONEERS.com

Terms of Sale: In house registered bidders 20%. We accept Cash, Checks with proper ID,Visa, Mastercard and Discover. No NH Sales tax.

Please click above for our full color on line digital catalog with descriptions, images and estimates

For more info email us at mcinnisauctions@yahoo.com or call 978-388-0400

 

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