Arnold Hardy was an influential American artist of the 20th century. Hardy's art explored various themes, from the modern city to rural landscapes, and he is best known for his large-scale oil paintings. Hardy's career was characterized by a masterful use of color and texture, as well as an innovative use of perspective. His work has been exhibited extensively in museums and galleries throughout the United States, and his pieces are held in major public and private collections. Notable works by Hardy include The Park, Cityscape, and The River. His work has been praised for its expressive energy and its contribution to contemporary art.
American art, painting, landscape, Arnold Hardy.
— Mei Wang
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