$15,000 to professionally photograph work by the sculptor, overseen by foundation directors Debra Balken, Holly Hughes, Michael Rubinstein and Peter Larkin. Hague created massive, abstract, wood sculpture, carved largely from tree-trunk bases weighing up to 700 pounds each. He was born in Constantinople and worked as a figurative sculptor early in his New York City career. In the 1940s, he moved to Woodstock, NY where he spent the rest of his life.
Raoul Hague Foundation
New York, NY