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Allen Hawthorne

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Allen Hawthorne

Allen Hawthorne was a prominent American artist known for his abstract expressionist work. He was born in 1941 in Oakland, California and moved to Los Angeles in the late 1950s to pursue an art career. After studying at the prestigious Art Center School of Design, he established himself as an up-and-coming artist in the local art scene. Notable works by Hawthorne include ‘Celestial Space’, which is an oil painting on canvas featuring a vibrant array of colors, and ‘Flight of the White Bird’, an abstract drawing depicting a white bird soaring high in the sky. His works have been showcased in galleries and museums across the country and his legacy lives on in his breathtaking creations.

Allen Hawthorne, American artist, abstract expressionism, art center school of design.

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