Doug Hall (painter)

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Template:COI Doug Hall is an oil painter from Neosho, Missouri whose subjects include early Eastern Woodland Native Americans. He currently resides in McDonald County, Missouri adjacent to the Huckleberry State Forest.


  • George Phippen Memorial Foundation, Prescott, Arizona, Fine Art Award, 2002
  • Sedona, Arizona, Oils, first place, 2003
  • Midwest Gathering of the Artists, Carthage, Missouri, Artists' Choice Award and H.E. Williams Award, 2004
  • Stillwater, Oklahoma, Best of Show, 2005.

Hall’s paintings are represented by Altermann Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico and History on Hand, New York City, New York.


External links

Doug Hall's website

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