Raoul Hague1905-1993

Raoul Hague Foundation
New York, NY

$15,000 to evaluate the condition and undertake the conservation of up to 90 pieces of Hague’s massive, abstract, wood sculpture, carved largely from tree-trunk bases weighing up to 700 pounds each. Hague was born in Constantinople and worked as a figurative sculptor early in his New York City career. In the 1940s, he moved to Woodstock, New York where he spent the rest of his life.